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MakeUseOf.com - Stuff Happens Backup and Restore Guide

MakeUseOf.com - Stuff Happens Backup and Restore Guide

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Disasters happen. Unless you're okay with losing all of your data, you need a good backup system. If you know this intellectually, but haven't gotten around to setting up backup on your PC, this is the guide to read.

"Stuff Happens: The Backup and Restore Guide" outlines everything you need to regularly back up your PC. Author Tina Sieber outlines backup strategies, what to backup and what tools to use for the job.

Backups are necessary because data has value. Whether this is sentimental, commercial, or legal value, a backup is a way of securing valuable information. The worst loss would be files of which we own the only copy in existence, such as personal documents or photos.

Protect these priceless files. Back them up. This guide can teach you how.
Disasters happen. Unless you're okay with losing all of your data, you need a good backup system. If you know this intellectually, but haven't gotten around to setting up backup on your PC, this is the guide to read.

"Stuff Happens: The Backup and Restore Guide" outlines everything you need to regularly back up your PC. Author Tina Sieber outlines backup strategies, what to backup and what tools to use for the job.

Backups are necessary because data has value. Whether this is sentimental, commercial, or legal value, a backup is a way of securing valuable information. The worst loss would be files of which we own the only copy in existence, such as personal documents or photos.

Protect these priceless files. Back them up. This guide can teach you how.

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Most of us hoard data. Whether it is music, YouTube videos, or movies, we have
hundreds of gigabytes of data that we spent days and weeks to collect. These files
should be stored on a portable hard drive and if you have the chance, store that
drive in a different room. If your entire house burns down, those files will be the least
of your worries, but if only your computer blows up, you wish you would have been
smart enough to keep the external drive elsewhere.

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Stuff Happens: The Backup and Restore Guide

Tina Sieber

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