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Carbonite Online Backup: Impressively Easy, Impressively Inexpensive

Once configured, the Carbonite backup service is as good as it gets.

Cloud Storage Free-for-All: Will Others Match SugarSync's Giveaway?

If you're interested in backing up and sharing files in the cloud, here's what you can expect to get for free from five of today's providers.

Nero Refresh Adds in Blu-ray Recording, New Video Features

Refresh of recently revised burning suite adds more capabilities but hasn't ironed out all of the kinks yet.

Acronis Makes True Image Home 2011 Even Easier to Use

Acronis makes its perennially powerful imaging program even easier to use, but it’s still occasionally confusing.

Get 5GB of Free Cloud-Sync Storage from SugarSync

One of the Web's best folder-sync and -sharing services just made an offer you shouldn't refuse: free 5GB accounts.

Back Up and Restore Outlook

Tomaladaca asked the Windows forum for the best way to backup and then restore all of the information in Outlook

Pogoplug Biz Makes Sharing Data Over a Network Simple

Pogoplug Biz lets small groups of users easily share and back up to USB storage, both locally and online.

Restore a Windows XP Backup in Windows 7

Out of the box, Windows 7 can't access backup files created with Windows XP. Fortunately, there's a free utility that should be able to restore your stuff.

How Do I Back Up My Photos?

Not sure what photo backup method to use? Learn about the benefits of online backup services, hard drives, and optical discs.

Increase Your System Restore Points, Part 2

I continue answering Lee's question about increasing the number of Windows System Restore points