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If data that is stored on hard drives with XP becomes lost, Windows will immediately fetch the file from another drive or area where it has been stored as a back up. This is a very useful technique, although it still has to be practiced to ensure that you understand how it works. Although it may be very useful, it isnít as safe as other options.
In order to back up your data and programs in a safe and efficient manner, youíll need to use some of the more reliable methods, such as external hard drives or servers. Offsite backups are great as well, as the data you backup isnít left around your office, it is instead entrusted with a company who will ensure that it stays protected.
No matter which method or methods you have decided to use for backing up your data, youíll be happy to know that they are all easy to use. CD and DVD backups are easy to create, all you need is the software installed on your computer to create the backups with. Servers are easy to use as well, all you have to do is upload your data to a server, then log into the server anytime you need to have access to the data.
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