How to Backup Data

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How to backup data: Most people today use their laptop, pc, or mobile device every day. Naturally, we save a lot of content onto these machines. We save important documents, photos of family and friends, and other information that we would not want to see go missing. Unfortunately, not enough people back up this important information. In the event that they lose a device, or a hard-drive becomes corrupt, there is no way to access these precious memories or essential information again. Backing up your data is now easier than ever, and there are many different ways you can do it.

Ways to Back Data in Windows 10

1. Backup data to External hard drive

One of the most effective ways to back up your hard drive is to have a second hard drive you can quickly back up data to. You can now get external hard drives that have over 1TB of memory, which means that you can save thousands of high-quality images in one place. If you lose your device or if the hard drive in your laptop, for instance, becomes corrupt, you’ll be able to restore everything quickly.


2. Backup data to DVD

Another way to back up your media and save yourself any heartache with lost data is to back up to DVD. This is especially useful for DVDs you already own, and there are several programs you can use to copy your DVDs. Freemake DVD copy software is an excellent option as it is both free as well as being very simple to use.


3. Backup data to the cloud

Most recently, many cloud-based backup systems have become very popular as ways to save your data somewhere other than your laptop or phone. Google Drive is a great example of this, you can save anything to the drive from your phone or laptop. This means that even if you change phones, or if you don’t have your phone available, you can sign into Google on any device and find your files and photos. These options generally give you a set amount of free space, and then you can purchase additional space if needed. There are also the additional security benefits of using an online system for backing up your files, and if you ever lose your details, there is a robust recovery setup so that you can get back into your account.


4. Backup data to USB stick

USB sticks are tried and trusted as a means to save your data off-line. The main advantage of this, as opposed to an external hard drive, is the size. You can get 128GB USB sticks that are small enough to fit onto a keychain for very reasonable prices. There is also the benefit over online options that you don’t need an internet connection available to access your files. On the other hand, if you lose your USB, there is the chance that someone could find it. We highly recommend password protecting your USB stick if possible.

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As we continue to advance in the digital age, security is of utmost importance. Be sure you are aware of all of the ways you can store valuable information, without the chance of losing it!

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Ajit Yadav

Author Bio: Ajit yadav is a professional blogger and co-founder of WindowsClassroom. He is a software engineer by education and blogger & writer by profession.

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