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iCloud and iTunes can back up most data on your iPhone, iPad, or iPod touch.
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Mac OS X only: Free menu bar application EverSave automatically saves your open documents on a regular interval so that you'll never again lose progress to a crashed application. Once installed, open up the EverSave preferences to determine what applications you'd like it to work with.
One of the most annoying things about owning a computer is the maintenance.
Are you about to exhaust all the free storage space in your Google mail account? Learn how to reclaim lost space by deleting all the space hogging file attachments from Gmail in 5 minutes.
Windows only: Freeware utility IdleBackup automatically backs up your files while you're not using your computer. Choose the folder you want to back up and the destination—whether it's a thumb drive, network drive, or big external drive—and the amount of time that your computer should be idle before the backup runs. Hide IdleBackup to the system tray, and it will back up your data quietly in the background while you're at lunch, in a meeting, or sleeping soundly.
Posted October 16, 2007 in News In an earlier post I asked you how fast you could get back to doing business after a total computer failure. If you followed the tips in that article you could easily cut your downtime by 75% … but there’s a way to cut it down even further with two free products from VMware.
by Gina Trapani When was the last time you backed up the important files on your computer? Last year when your best friend called in tears after the Blue Screen of Death ate her thesis?