For 2015 — resolve to back up your digital life

What’s worse than losing all the photos and important files on your computer? Knowing you could have prevented it.

Maybe you just got a new computer over the holidays, or you’re seeing how long your old one will last. Either way, commit to back up the files on your computer at least once a week. It’s a New Year’s resolution that can save you time and money in 2015.


Whether it's financial files or photos that are important to you, regularly back up anything you’d be upset to lose if your computer crashes — and have a happy new year. 


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Thanks for the information!

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do not have the attitude that it will never happen to you.the size of the hard-drives today, are very very large and a crash could literatly destroy your computer.

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