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How To: Easily Backup Your Files On Windows 7
One would think, that with all the new technology rolling out, pre-existing devices would gain stability and longevity. Especially hard drives. Do you remember when your 1GB hard drive was massive and you never thought you would ever be able to fill it up? I still have that hard drive from 1996, And yes, it still runs. These days, hard drives with the capacity of thousands of gigabytes are common. And unfortunately, so is the hit and miss chance that something could go very wrong with them.
I personally believe that once the 500 GB benchmark of storage was reached, the industry went full on with a reckless abandon, to produce bigger and meaner hard drives. At which point, I think the stability and quality suffered dramatically, and I do not think the industry as a whole has yet to catch up on making things right.
On an almost daily basis here at the shop, We see almost brand new, massive hard drives ( Within a year of age ), jam packed full of priceless personal data, that have physically failed. The life span of these drives are already dramatically short ( somewhere around three to six years when lucky ).
Im sure most of you have seen TV shows, or movies, where a doctor reluctantly has to head out in the waiting room, and tell a distraught family member, that their loved one did not make it. I feel like that doctor at times.
” Im sorry. But your hard drive has physically failed, and there is nothing I can do for you. “
Which is difficult, as you see thousands of possible memories, preciously stored away, are gone in an instant.
I have been asked numerous times by clients of ours how to easily back up their data on their Windows 7 Computers. So for them, and for you,
let me show you a quick, no frills way, to ensure you have copies of your data.
( I personally, am a digital hoarder. With multiple redundant copies of items of importance to me. )
Windows 7 Users Have It The Easiest, and backing up your files is a cinch. Head to the next page, and I will show Windows 7 Users how it is done.
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