How To Back-up Linux Partition From Windows

As you already know Linux is an operating system that runs on your computer. Typically it is not compatible with windows, so when you load this into your system you are going to have a partition that will separate your Linux system from your Windows system on your hard drive.

This is fine and dandy however you are going to want to back-up your files just in case something was to happen to your computer. Even if you are just running one system there is still a chance for your computer to malfunction.

How To Use SkyDrive As A Backup Storage

You may never worry about it or even have a passing thought about the chance of your computer crashing. Consider all of the important things you have located on your computer that you will lose forever if you do not backup your computer.

All of your important work documents, your children’s baby pictures, music that you have spent quite a bit of time locating and downloading and have paid for. There is a lot more on there too other than the few listed items.

Backing Up With Windows Briefcase

The Windows Briefcase feature has been around for a long time, but a lot of users don't take advantage of this feature because they don't know what it does or don't see how Briefcase makes backing up and synching all your important files a snap to do.

Sure, you can manually save all your documents onto a flash drive from your desktop computer, but every time you make a change to a document on your desktop you have to remember to backup to the flash drive; it becomes cumbersome to do this manually over and over again.

Backup Encryption With TrueCrypt

Keeping backups of all your valuable documents is highly important. And if your documents contain sensitive information (financial records, tax documents, receipts, etc.) it's a good idea to encrypt and password-protect your documents from prying eyes. Imagine backing up all your financial records to your laptop only to find that your laptop has disappeared!

Gmail Backups Made Simple

Gmail is an excellent web-based email service from Google. Gmail offers a clean interface into your inbox from your favorite web browser and a generous amount of storage space. Having all of your email stored remotely (on the Gmail servers) is convenient if you'd like to access your email from anywhere, but what if you wish to make a local backup of your inbox?

Easy Firefox Backups With MozBackup

Mozilla Firefox is a very popular and stable web browser that gave Microsoft a run for their money (Internet Explorer) when it first hit the scene. It does everything a web browser is expected to do in this Web 2.0 era and a lot more too.

How to backup Windows 7 Licenses and Serials

When you have to re-install your Windows 7, you will have to reactivate the system again after the successful re-installation. This could be a problem as Microsoft limits the automatic reactivation counts. Thanks to one small utility you can backup and restore Windows 7 Retail, OEM and MAK licenses easily with just one click.

Backing Up To Amazon Cloud Drive

Everything stored on your computer's hard drive (photos, videos, applications, games) can be instantly wiped out from a piece of slimy malware or if your hard drive decides to take a crash. It's a scary thought. That's why you should always make a backup of all your important data. The best backups are made to the "Cloud", which is just a fancy way of saying the Internet.

How to easily backup your Twitter, Facebook, Gmail account and more with Backupify

We all have many accounts on the Internet. We use many social networks, Gmail account, Twitter, Blogger, Flickr and other services. Have you ever think what could happen if these services will go down and some of the account will not be possible to restore? Your solution for this problem could be Backupify.

Window 7 Back-up: 3 Applications For You

When it comes down to computers, whether it’s a Mac or Windows machine, they have one thing in common: they need to be backed up. Some may ask: why? Well, in case you need to reboot your machine for system failures. You don’t want to lose important data do you? Coming up I’m going to show you some of the best backup tools available for your Windows 7 machine, keep in mind some are always better than others.