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  1. Hardware
    why can't I use an internal drive for back-ups Everyone keeps saying, is a bad idea because of a power surge, fire or flood. If I am making a backup all the time as I should be & connected to my computer all the time as I should be any one of the three ( Fire, flood or power surge ) it could...
  2. All Other Software
    I recently suffered a failure the program acqURL, losing hundreds of bookmarks regarding a variety of subjects. I had backed them to Google Drive but couldn't find a way to restore them. Has anyone had any experience with backing-up the bookmarks, and if so, can you explain how you did it? I've...
  3. Windows 10
    Dear Friends, I am based in the U.K. and have a 64 Bit Desktop and also a 64 Bit Laptop both with Windows 10 Home Edition. I have just installed the Fall Creators Update on both machines. In the past I have backed up both (full Backup !) by using the built in utility in Windows 10. However, in...
  4. Hardware
    I'm planning to make a back-up of most of my documents (something I've been putting off for years) so I'm looking for a good external hard drive, that's simple to use, not too big, and has a good amount of storage space. The problem is, I have an older computer, specifically a Windows XP...
  5. All Other Software
    Curious as to what other are using as their backup solutions. Specifically for their virtual environment. I currently use Veeam Backup and Replication. Setup and deployment is super easy, and the interface makes things pretty easy to follow. What do you use and why?
  6. Hardware
    I have a Dell Optiplex 780 with a 1 TB hard drive operating Windows 10. I have purchased an identical hard drive, also 1 TB, that I want to install internally, but use as a back up to the computer OS, as well as documents and photos. Question 1 - Can I use an internal hard drive for a back up...
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