A new feature of Windows Home Server 2011 is that users can create a backup of the connected computers. This enables saving the backup of a system to the Home Server. Moreover, if the connector software is removed from a PC, users are given the option to backup data from that computer to the Home Server. In this post I will tell you how to configure Backup for computers connected Continue Reading →
Do you remember the times when you stored your data on floppy disks and when each and every computer had that floppy port. The most storable floppies had no more than 256 MB of memory and back in the 1990s they were the main source of sharing and transferring data. Of course, those born in the 1990s and 2000s can hardly remember those days and such storage devices.
Creating a backup is often the essential process that is overlooked by lay users which inevitably leads to data loss. Perhaps the best backup that an average user might prefer is simply saving some data to the cloud, this however is not possible for apps on your tablet (so to speak). While you may be able to save chunks of data from an app to a cloud backup service, you Continue Reading →
It can be quite annoying when one require re-configuring browser settings after the installation or re-installation of a browser on a computer. This problem can however, be easily avoided by using FavBackup. It is a free software that provides an easy to use mechanism for backing up and restoring browser data for famous browsers, including Mozilla Firefox, Chrome, Internet Explorer, Opera, Safari and Flock . FavBackup provides a simple wizard Continue Reading →
Déjà Dup Backup Tool has been an effective backup application for Ubuntu Linux. For this reason, it has been made as the premium backup tool for Ubuntu and comes pre-installed with Ubuntu 11.10 Oneiric Ocelot. What makes it quite a handy tool is the fact that it is a simple backup tool,which hides the complexity of backing up data within an easy to use GUI (Graphical User Interface). Some of Continue Reading →
SaveGameBackup is a free software which allows users to easily backup and restore their game progress. The database supports a number of popular games such as Call Of Duty: Black Ops, Battlefield: Bad Company 2, Civilization 5, Assassin’s Creed and many more. The application can also be used to easily migrate saved games to a new computer without loosing your score and game progress. The list of supported games is Continue Reading →
Semper Driver Backup is a driver backup software for backing up system drivers for restoring them later. What makes Semper a bit different from other driver backup software is that it provides easier driver identification and installation, by creating a single folder containing all driver files and not just the setup files. The operating system is also alerted of this folder by Semper, to avoid conflicts for the identification of Continue Reading →
In a previous post I explained How To Configure Backup In Windows Home Server 2011 Vail. However, you can also directly backup your computer to Windows Home Server. In this post, I will tell you how to directly backup your connected computer to Windows Home Server 2011.
Mozilla Thunderbird is a free mail client from Mozilla, which is considered as a viable alternative to MS Outlook. In this post I will tell you how to configure a Gmail account in Mozilla Thunderbird to backup and manage your emails using Thunderbird email client. The following instructions can be used to configure your Gmail account in not just Mozilla Thunderbird 5 but all other versions as well.