August 12, 2016 Leave a comment Backup your Gmail account with this free download By Komando Staff, Komando.com 18,88118.8k Photo courtesy of Shutterstock Did you know there are more than 900 million people who use Gmail? That's the official number Google announced in May of this year. That's nearly three times the population of the United States!If you're one of the many people who has a Gmail account, you should think about backing it up to your hard drive. Then, you can clear out what's online, knowing your archive is safe and secure on your PC. Hackers would have nothing to find if they got into your Gmail, and you don't have to worry about exceeding your storage limit. UpSafe is a simple and free Windows program that will back up what you have, and automatically back up your future Gmail activity. This is what it looks like in action:UpSafe is as user-friendly as it gets. Sign in with Google, choose the destination on your hard drive for your backup, and go. Then you can schedule automatic backups, and you can always look at your download history. Here's a video showing how it works. Click the blue download button below to get started.Of course, backing up your Gmail to your hard drive does no good if your hard drive fails. That's why you need to be backing up your computer too. Our sponsor Carbonite backs up your precious information securely and automatically, so you never have to worry about it. Click here to learn more. Downloads Links Download for Windows - Free Please share this information with everyone. Just click on any of these social media buttons. Email Facebook Twitter Google+ Pinterest E-Mail Utilities Cybersecurity Gmail BREAKING NEWS, TIPS, AND MORE LIKED WHAT YOU READ? GET MORE IN YOUR INBOX FREE. Stay up-to-date the easy way. SIGN ME UP! Previous Downloads Organize Windows folders into a neat stack Next Downloads Download Google Drive's free MS Office plug-in Related Articles Free training from Google to be a Google Pro Sponsor: The latest threats in cybersecurity you need to know right now Facebook Messenger's one essential privacy setting you need to make now Sponsor Content: Is your online safety at risk and you don't even know it?