A Beginner’s Guide to Backups – Part 2

In part 1 you learned what data to back up, how often, and where to store it. To help you put that knowledge to practice and save what’s important, here are some products I recommend.

Cloud Services

For cloud backups, both Zoolz and CrashPlan offer affordable plans, are easy to use, and work great. Both products also give you the option of a hybrid (cloud + local) backup. You can’t go wrong with either ...

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A Beginner’s Guide to Backups – Part 1

If your computer or mobile device contains files or information that you cannot stand to lose—family photos, tax documents, school work—you need to back it up, period. Why? Because computers crash, phones get dropped, and mistakes happen. The question is not, “Will I lose data?” but “When?”

A backup system is like an insurance policy that you’re almost guaranteed to need sooner or later, and now they’re cheaper and easier than ever. In this series, I’ll teach ...

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Should I Upgrade to Windows 10?

You’ve been seeing the notifications for weeks. “Windows 10 is coming. Get it for free!” Well it’s finally here, and for Windows 7 and 8.1 users, yes it really is free (Vista holdouts aren’t so lucky, I’m afraid). For those of you wondering what to do, here are some answers to the questions I get the most. viagra pill with a face

Should I upgrade?

Yes, you absolutely should, just not yet. Windows 10 comes with a few neat new features ...

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