It is a cruel world. It is the world in which your weekly, monthly, or even yearly work can be lost in a moment due to a virus attack, power failure or another unfortunate event. It is the world in which a chain of bits we call a «file» can contain vital information. What can we do?
The only smart thing we can do is to make backups of our data as often as possible. It is desirable to store backups on CD or DVD disks in archived form. Many users know about it, but very few of them do it because they are too busy or too lazy. A good assistant in this annoying everyday task is to have DoubleSafety 3.3 installed on your computer. With DoubleSafety, there is no need for the usual «decide what to backup archive files write them to CD» black magic. The software does it all, and even more, for you automatically. It can backup data to your hard drive, to a network drive, or to CD/DVD disks. It can also do «incremental backups», that is, to backup only data modified since the previous backup in order to reduce redundancy. DoubleSafety has a highly and easily customizable scheduler: you can create a schedule to backup your items daily, weekly, in the morning, or at night. In addition, the program is rather smart. It can split very large files into parts (for example, writing a 2Gb file to 700Mb CD-disks). Another good feature in DoubleSafety is its attractive Restore Wizard. So, when the worst thing occurs and you have to restore saved data, you can select only those files, which you need to restore.
Let yourself live without any worries about data safety DoubleSafety works for you around the clock.
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