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April 20, 2011

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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 but haven’t got around to setting up backup on
your PC, this is the guide to read.

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“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.

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posted on April 20, 2011 by Justin Pot

Disasters happen. Unless you’re okay with losing all of your data, you need a good backup system. If you know this but haven’t got 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.

This guide explains:

  • How to use the built-in Windows 7/Vista backup tool.

  • Which files you should backup.

  • Putting your data and your operating system on separate partitions or disks.

  • The various kinds of backups you can run.

  • The costs and benefits of local, optical and online backups.

  • The benefits of syncing your files.

  • Alternative backup programs.

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Justin Pot
Justin Pot is a freelance journalist, blogger and IT professional based in Boulder, Colorado. Find all his work at JustinPot.com or chat with him on Twitter.

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