Listening to you're a local radio show today en route between building on our shuttle this morning about backing up your PC, I thought I'd note that a number of firms offer free and commercial options to back up your PCs. Microsoft does offer free ways for consumers to do this:
It’s also easy to back up (save copies of) your personal files, such as pictures, music, and documents, for safekeeping. More info at http://www.microsoft.com/windows/windows-7/features/backup-and-restore.aspx - it’s easy to do this with an inexpensive attached or network accessible USB hard drive, or even a flash drive connected right to your PC (I rotate a few keychain-sized flash drives on my main personal computer at home).
If you've read this blog previously, you may also know that I rely on my Windows Home Server, including my HP MediaSmart EX470 as well as my recently added Acer Aspire easyStore AH340 Home Server.
Just a couple of thoughts.
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