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Regular data backups are an important part of our digital lives because the computer electronics cannot be trusted and can get damaged at any time. There are a huge number of data backup solutions available for Windows, including Microsoft’s own SyncToy. Each backup and sync program has some unique features that others don’t have. This […]
Finally, Ubuntu 12.04 has landed, but before you rush to upgrade your existing machine to the latest version, here are some things that you need to do.
While enjoying coffee with a friend recently, she mentioned how her Mac has been filling up recently in terms of storage and recommendations on countering this problem. For any computer user, when memory is beginning to become scarce, the best solution is with a hard drive. However, some individuals are confused on how this is […]
SMS messages are the preferred method of communication for many people these days. Unlike emails, SMS messages are short and simple and usually read right away. One thing email has the advantage of over text messages is you can retrieve them from the trash or back them up easily. Android phones have 3rd party application […]
Previously, I have shown you how to schedule a database backup using cron job and email yourself the database file, but if you have a big database, you will find that the emailing method might not work as well as you want it to be. A good alternative to this is to upload your database […]
Ever since Google opened up its Google Docs to allow uploading files of any type, most people have quickly utilized it as a free online storage/backup services. What is lacking though is a tool to sync your files from your desktop to Google Docs. Super Flexible File Synchronizer is one such app that allows you […]
What’s one of the most frustrating things about using any online service? Getting your data out of a service. With some, that can be fairly easy. With many others, it can be difficult, if not impossible. But you should be able to get your information – no matter what the information is – out of […]
For backing up of your WordPress database, there are plenty of plugins around that can get the job done. Some of them backup only your database while others backup the whole WP directory. If you have used WordPress long enough, you will realize that these plugins are not reliable. They will work one day and […]
If you are running a website with fairly high traffic, one of the things that you will want to do is to migrate your images/videos out of your server and serve them from a Content Delivery Network (CDN). The greatest benefit of a CDN is that it can serve your web content from the location […]
If you are a Windows 7 user and have gone through the C drive, you’ll have probably seen a folder called Users. This Users folder stores all your user profiles, which includes all your settings and user data. Since your user profile has all your important documents and settings, it makes sense to back up […]
Few things are more devastating to a media fan than having something happen to their iTunes library. After all, iTunes is the home to all of your music, your TV shows and your movies. Losing all of that data in (an admittedly rare) system crash, or when your external hard drive is inadvertently melted by […]
Ever so often, I take a stroll over to KDE-Apps.org and look at some of the fantastic creations people from the KDE community develop. There are a wide range of apps in nearly every category, but I have selected 5 that stand out and would be very useful additions to my desktop and hopefully yours […]
There are plenty of backup options in Linux. We have covered a few here, namely, back in time, AptOnCD, and Rsync. Deja Dup Backup is yet another backup tool, except that it turns the whole complicated backup process into kid stuff.
When it comes to backing up data, most people will think of offloading your important documents to an external hard drive. Previously, we have covered various backup tools for Windows, and most (if not, all) of them use the same concept to backup your data: setup an external hard drive and schedule the software to […]
Do you ever have a confidential document that you don’t want others to see? How do you protect it from creeping eyes? While there are many tools in the market, both free and paid, that allow you to encrypt your files and folders, we are not going to discuss about them today. Instead, we will […]
Apple iPhone is nothing without the apps. That’s the fact you have to face before and after you purchase your first iPhone. While there are applications offered at a low price, most of them are offered for free. Even though you can access those free apps anytime you like, it will take much of your […]
Usually, we use iTunes to back up all the SMS from our iPhones. If you have jailbroken your iPhone, there is another option of exporting all the SMS in CSV format (comma-separated values). You can even import the said file to your other mobile devices should you stop using your iPhone. All the SMS or […]