Automatic backup to local hard drives and other trusted computers

CrashPlan for PC (32-bit)

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Download CrashPlan 7.2.0 (32-bit)

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What's new in this version:

Enhancements and updates:
- The names of the most recent log files now end with .0 (for example, service.log.0). This reverts a change introduced in Code42 app version 7.0 in which ".0" was removed from the end of the most recent log file
- Manually adjusting the Code42 app memory allocation now enforces a minimum value of 128 MB. (Setting the value lower than this could leave the Code42 app in an inoperable state)
- On Mac devices, files with the com_apple_backup_excludeItem metadata attribute are no longer excluded from backups

Bug fixes:
- Security updates
- Performance and stability improvements to backup processes
- Corrects an issue in which devices with slow or frequently interrupted network connections could incorrectly report a restore as 100% complete if the connection timed out before the restore is complete

Fixes several minor user interface issues related to pausing backups:
When a backup set is complete but paused:
- The Code42 app now displays a gray disconnected icon instead of the green completed icon
- Corrects an issue in which the Resume button did not appear
- Corrects an issue when backups are paused in which the Pause option could still appear in Code42 app menus
- Users no longer have the option to select Pause All Backups if the administrator disabled pausing. This was a display issue only; selecting this option did not actually pause backups
- The Code42 Windows notification area (tray) and Mac menu bar apps now more clearly display when all backups are paused and provide a single link to Resume
- After adding or removing a local destination, the Code42 app now remains on the Destinations tab. Previously, the app redirected to the General tab.
Improvements to logging
- On Mac devices, removes the unnecessary .Trashes file from the .dmg app package
- On Windows devices, corrects an issue in which uninstalling the Code42 app did not properly remove some files in the C:/ProgramData/CrashPlan/conf directory. (For a standard uninstall, it is expected that some files do still remain in this directory to simplify reinstalling the app later)
- Corrects a rare issue on Windows devices in which the notification area (tray) app did not automatically re-launch after a Code42 app upgrade
- The replace device wizard now simply indicates "this device is signing in for the first time." Previously, it stated the device had "never backed up"

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