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(How To) Fab freebie Double Driver makes simple work of preserving all your drivers. Hey, you just never know when you'll need them.
(Reviews) Windows Live SkyDrive and Windows Explorer: Together at Last With SDExplorer
(How To) Backing Up an Open File
(How To) Backup and Delete
(How To) Windows 7's Built-in Backup
(How To) The time may come when you need to restore your PC. Instead of going all the way back to square one, use an "image" of your system as it exists right now.
(Reviews) TimeTraveler Helps You Look at Previous Versions of Files and Folders
(Reviews) Best-of-Breed Online Backup Memopal Gives You More For Your Money (Or No Money)
(Reviews) Oops!Backup Is A Delightfully Easy Way to Back Up Data
(Reviews) Freebie Disk2vhd Creates Virtual Hard Drive Images
(How To) When the Backup Drive Gets Full
(Reviews) Easeus Todo Backup Performs Backups for Free
(Reviews) Back Up Data From Multiple PCs Online With KeepVault
(Reviews) SOS Online Backup for Home Users Isn't The Best Option
(Reviews) Insofta Document Backup: The Name Says It All, And the Program Does What It Says
(Reviews) Nero Free Burns (Some Kinds of) Discs For Free
(How To) More on Image Backups
(Reviews) F-Secure Online Backup Is a Good Deal If You Have Lots of Data
(Reviews) SpiderOak Backup Easier than Mozy or Fabrik
(Reviews) Backing Up Data With Bonkey: The Hardest Part Is Getting Used to the Name
(Reviews) ShadowProtect Backs Up and Recovers Your Files Locally
(How To) Should I Image the Hard Drive or Clone It?
(Reviews) Mirror Backs Up Simple Folder Structures--For Free
(Reviews) Fabrik Backs Up Data Much Like Mozy Does
(Reviews) Keep the Home Files Safely Backed up With MozyHome
(Reviews) Back Up Your Movies With Pavtube DVD Ripper
(How To) Freebie utility Backup to Email makes quick work of sending important files to cyberspace for safekeeping.
(Reviews) This promising but slightly rough-edged application is extremely useful for syncing between PCs data across your LAN or over the Internet.
(Reviews) Want to make sure your backups or copies worked? Create file checksums and verify CDs and backups with them.
(Reviews) Drive imaging is the best way to back up, and Macrium Reflect Free makes this daunting task approachable. This free and super-easy-to-use imaging utility even allows scheduling.
(Reviews) This full-featured drive imaging program has a better-than-average interface, but it's not without operational quirks.
(Reviews) Copy virtually any data CD or DVD--games in particular--using this venerable utility.
(Reviews) Toucan Portable App Fits Backup and Sync Into a Small Package
(Reviews) Dmailer Backup Backs Up Your Data to The Cloud--Or Your Own External Drives
(Reviews) Mozy 2.0 Adds Local Backup to Its Excellent Online Backup
(Reviews) O&O DiskImage 5 Professional Edition Looks Great, But Its Recovery Could Be Better
(Reviews) Easy-to-Use Oops!Backup Adds a New Layer of Security
(Reviews) Dropbox Lets You Work On All Your PCs--Or Anyone Else's
(Reviews) Freebie Paragon Go Virtual Saves VMs in Three Major Formats
(Reviews) Powerful Norton Online Backup Best for Less Volatile Data