“Have you backed up your records?” This is an inquiry I frequently ask my customers.
I am a computer troubleshooter and individuals telephone me when they have an issue with their computer. Now and again they can’t turn their computer on by any means. Here and there they can turn their computer on yet it won’t give them a chance to do anything. Here and there they can turn their computer on yet it works gradually and unpredictably.
These are regular issues – and they are the kind that can and happen to any computer, anyplace at whatever time.
When I am shouted to attempt and revive a weak computer the first question I solicit is “do you have backups from your information?” You’d be flabbergasted at what number of computer proprietors basically don’t have backup duplicates of their information.
On the off chance that you computer is loaded with malware I can most likely uproot it, yet your computer may not work legitimately because of the harm brought about by the malware.
On the off chance that your motherboard has ended up defective or been destroyed by a force surge you may be fortunate and your hard drive may be undamaged. In which case it is anything but difficult to uproot it and spot it another computer so you can get to your information.
Be that as it may, imagine a scenario where your hard drive has passed on. They do – regularly. What will you do then?
Assume your computer is stolen or there is a flame in your home or office. What will you do then?
It never stops to astound me what number of understudies have all their course chip away at their tablet without any backups.
It never stops to astound me what number of little organizations have every one of their records and archives on a solitary computer without any backups.
Backups are great – you can’t have too much. In the event that you are maintaining a business or have imperative family, school or different archives on your computer you ought to have no less than two backups. That implies two duplicates in addition to the one on your computer – three duplicates on the whole.
You can utilize a DVD, outside hard drive, pen drive or basically another computer as your first backup. The issue here lies in the way that this backup is typically kept in the same spot as the computer. On the off chance that your computer and backups are stolen or wrecked you have lost everything.