Backup Software

Why Back Up Your PC?

All technology, whether it’s a brand new iMac, a spaceship, a hover board, a webmail service, or a ten-year-old PC running Windows Vista, can potentially take a sudden nosedive.

Hard drives are notorious for crashing, and ransomware can make a computer’s contents inaccessible. Sometimes it’s not even the fault of the technology: Fires, flooding, and other natural disasters can render PCs and other tech hardware inoperable. And laptops get stolen. You need insurance. With digital content becoming paramount for not only business assets—documents, plans, financial spreadsheets—but also for personal assets such as family photos, videos, and music, protecting with backup software is more important than ever.

Both Windows and Mac OS X have beefed up their built-in backup tools in recent years. Windows 10 includes a File History feature and a full disk backup feature, and OS X includes its Time Machine software. Both of these are well worth running, but they both have some limitations, lacking some of the extra benefits you get from running standalone backup software.

Backup Destinations

How you back up data may depend on the type of media you use as the destination site. Here are some options:

External Hard Drives

It doesn’t get much easier than this: Plug a big ol’ external storage drive into your PC via USB and get started. Of course, drives come in all shapes, sizes, and configurations. A standard drive won’t cost much, but it won’t do anything but sit there and let you do all the work (not that there’s anything wrong with that). Almost all drives today use connectors like USB 3.0 or Thunderbolt to get incredibly high speeds.

Perhaps your biggest decision will be whether to go with faster but more expensive solid-state drives (SSD). Unlike hard disk drives, SSDs have no moving parts and that means fantastic performance—which is always a plus when you’ve got a lot of data to copy.

USB Flash Drives

Small USB drives are almost as inexpensive as discs, even as their capacity increases. They have the advantage of being ultra-portable.But locking one multi-GB flash drive in a safe deposit box is easier than storing discs or hard drives. Some USB drives are even designed for protection from the elements, making them a safer destination for your data.

Network Attached Storage (NAS)

A NAS box is a hard drive (or drives) that sits on your network, so all the users on the network can access it. Sometimes, a NAS is called a home server.

The Cloud

We kind of covered this above, but it bears repeating, as the cloud is the future (as well as the present) of backup. The cloud refers to online storage.Sometimes it’s used by a service, like Google Drive,Dropbox,OneDrive to store your data.

How Backup Software Works

The concept behind backup software is pretty simple: Make a copy of your files on storage separate from your main hard drive. That storage can be another drive, an external drive, a NAS, a rewritable disc, or an online storage and syncing service. Should you lose the files, either through disaster or simply by deleting them or overwriting them, you can just restore them from the saved copies.

But in order for this to work, the copies of your files must be updated regularly. Most backup software lets you schedule scans of your hard drive for new and changed files daily, weekly, or monthly.

More granular options include whether backups are full, incremental, or differential. The first is pretty obvious—all the data you’ve selected for backup is copied in its entirety. Incremental backup saves system resources by only backing up changes in files from the last incremental backup, and differential backup saves all changes from the last full backup. With incremental, you need the latest full backup and all the intermediary backup data to restore a file to its original state, whereas with differential, you just need the last set of differential backup data and the first full one.

A couple of security options are usually available when setting up your backup: password protection and encryption. Using both of these is a good idea if the data you’re backing up is at all sensitiv

A step further than the simple copying of files is copying the entire hard drive, including system files, as what’s called a disk image. This contains every bit of data on the drive and offers stronger protection, since it enables you to recreate a system after a hard drive failure.

For another—highly recommended—approach to backup, consider online backup, also known as cloud backup.The big plus of this option is that the data is off your premises, and therefore not susceptible to local disasters.Big names in this area include Dropbox, Microsoft OneDrive, and Google Drive.

Restoring From Backup

How you set up your backup affects how you can restore it.For restoring individual files,give you the option of choosing among previous versions of the files you’ve saved. Which file versions are available to restore depends on how frequently you’ve run backups.

Whenever your data file loss due to system crash or natural disaster or simply by deleting them you can just restore them from the saved copies from External Hard Drives, USB Flash Drives or from the Cloud.

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Handy Backup Standard: Easy Backup Software for Windows

Handy Backup™ Standard is an easy to use and reliable backup and restore solution with a rich set of features and well-thought user interface. The program is known as one of the best backup software for home and business PCs,Laptops

Suitable for : Windows 10/8.1/8/7/Vista of all editions, Windows Server 2016/2012/2011 Small Business Edition/2008/2008 , Linux compatibility under OS Linux the program can be used with Wine compatibility layer.

Select any Data to Back Up

Manage your backup data via the classic-looking interface, requiring no special skills for using the software.

► Back up Windows files, folders and popular apps

► Back up photo, video, music, documents

► Rich functionality of Email backup, including Outlook Backup

► Running Backup as Windows Service for minimizing user distractions

► Back up files, using file masks (“*.docx”, “*.jpg”, “*. xslx” etc.)

► Back up Websites through the backup from FTP

► Variety of plug-ins automating backup of apps and databases.

Back Up Wherever You Want

Ensure complete safety and availability of your saved data using any combination of modern storage media such as:

► Keep data on built-in local hard drives

► Network backup via FTP

► Backup to external drives (USB, FireWire and Flash backup)

► Network backup using NAS

► Cloud backup to Google Drive, Dropbox, OneDrive, OwnCloud, Backblaze, Backup Service HBDrive)

► Backup data using WebDAV protocol.

Wide Functionality and Advanced Backup Options

Appreciate a comfort with Handy Backup Standard Solution, creating and performing all the backup task types you need.

► Automatically performing scheduled tasks on a regular basis

► Executing all sorts of full, incremental and differential backup

► Strong encryption and ZIP compression of data kept or sent

► Running Backup as Windows Service for minimizing user distractions

► Starting other applications before or after any particular backup task

► Email notifications and activity logging

► Backup with timestamps. See time stamp backup.

Simplicity of Restoration and Synchronization

Appreciate a comfort with Handy Backup Standard Solution, creating and performing all the backup task types you need.

► Viewing and managing data backed up in native file format

► Effectively organizing restoration through the same interface as for backup

► Auto restoring for backups moved manually to some other place

► Synchronizing and mirroring data.

System Requirements

► Standalone OS: Windows 10/8.1/8/7/Vista of all editions

► Server OS: Windows Server 2016/2012/2011 Small Business Edition/2008/2008R2

► Linux compatibility: under OS Linux the program can be used with Wine compatibility layer

► Other requirements: 150 MB of free disk space, 128 Mb of RAM, Internet connection

Handy Backup Advantages

Native Backup Format

Store all data backups in original file formats, allowing searching, using, modifying and even restoring backup files with standard browsing tools

All Popular Clouds

You can store your data backup to Google Drive, Dropbox ,OneDrive (and OneDrive for Business), S3 and WebDAV clouds, and other cloud services.

Easy and Convenient GUI

Create and control all backup, recovery and synchronization tasks via the unified, intuitive and easy-to-use graphical interface.

Advanced Wizard Mode

If you are a backup expert, use all features of advanced task wizard mode, to get such options as encryption, compression, start on event etc.