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The no-cost guide to backing up photos, documents, and more.
The excuses end here! Get your PC into tip-top shape by performing these 12 simple tweaks.
Eugene Bartley wanted to know if his files would eventually disappear from a cloud-based backup service.
If you have a hard drive that is quickly approaching capacity, sorting through the files and folders and looking for the ones taking up the most space is a real time consuming process. There's an easier way to do it.
Felix Luke needs to back up his entire hard drive. He asked me to explain the differences between cloning and imaging.
In a previous article, I briefly explained why you shouldn't back up to a second internal drive. Mike Bell wanted a more detailed explanation.
Stevey, admittedly confused regarding the benefits of RAID arrays, asked the Answer Line forum to explain these hard-drive groups.
What precious data lies on those forgotten floppies? It's pretty cheap and easy to find out.
PoloTiger has both a solid state drive and a hard drive, and the SSD is almost full. What's the best way to both move data files to the hard drive and make Windows understand that that's where they belong?
Lyman E Bertsch needs to run an application on a relative's computer. Installing the program isn't an option. Can Lyman run the program off a flash drive?
Free disk-space analyzer WizTree quickly tells you which files and folders are consuming the most storage.
Cyberknight asked the Hard Drives, NAS Drives, Storage forum if a new flash drive should be formatted in FAT32 or NTFS.