Snap Backup

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Snap Backup is The one-click backup utility for safeguarding your important computer files.  Snap Backup is open source and runs on just about any computer — macOS, Linux, Unix, and Windows.

Apple macOS (M1, M2, and M3)
snap-backup-installer-v6.6.0.pkg mac

Updated: February 4, 2024

Once downloading is complete, go into your Downloads folder and locate the snap-backup-installer-v6.6.0.pkg file.  Then <control-click> on the file and select "Open" to start the install.

For Macs with Intel processors, download
snap-backup-installer-v6.5.0.pkg at:
Past Releases

For other operating systems: All Downloads

Microsoft Windows
snap-backup-installer-v6.6.0.msi windows

Updated: February 4, 2024

Save the install file to a location such as your Desktop and then double-click the file to start the installation.
Generic executable JAR file (All Java Platforms)
snapbackup.jar java (234 KB)
ReadMe.txt     Optional Icon File

Updated: February 4, 2024

First, download and install Java from:   java

Second, save the JAR file and ReadMe.txt file to a convenient location, such as:

Third, double-click the snapbackup.jar file to run Snap Backup.  On some systems, you may need to enter the following command:
java -jar snapbackup.jar

For older releases: Past Releases

Getting started

Run Snap Backup and consult the: User Guide

Check Out: Save Mac Data

If you encounter a problem, check out the: FAQ

If you have a question, feel free create an issue and ask it: New issue.