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Disk drives are full of electronics and moving parts, and unfortunately they fail occasionally. But, with a little thought and preparation the data stored on a hard disk can be easily protected. High-end systems and dedicated data storage devices can do RAID striping and mirroring, and it is possible to get a similar level of protection in a high-end home computer with an investment in hardware, software and time.


All of this is great, but for the average user that level of protection is way over the top… however the average user still needs to protect their data for when the inevitable happens. I’ve been in the industry long enough to know it’s not IF a disk will fail, it’s WHEN, and if you have no means of protecting important files and folders on your computer then you are playing Russian Roulette with a part of your life.


With the amazing rise in the popularity of digital photography and digital videos, people are trusting their memories to a rapidly spinning piece of magnetic media that at some point in its life will fail. The failure might cause a file to get corrupted. It might cause you to lose access to a folder. Worst case it could cause you to lose access to everything that is on the disk. Some back up photos and movie files to CD or DVD (or more recently BlueRay) media, but this can be a royal Pain In The Ass.


Having been in the industry for a while, but not wanting to spend a small fortune on my home system to get the kind of data protection that most companies run their business with, I’ve worked out a strategy that balances an acceptable level of data loss with ease of use and management, and so protects the important information on my computer in a way that works for me.


Many computers nowadays come bundled with some form of backup software. If yours does, check it out. Most are linked with some sort of on-line data storage service, which is great for protecting important files, however you might find the amount of storage offered is limited, and speed could be an issue, especially if you don’t have a fast internet link. Backups to remote data stores don’t work well if you need to restore a totally trashed system drive, so keep that in mind also.


If you have a computer with a single disk, the best strategy without spending a fortune is to get an external USB drive with enough capacity to be able to store a backup of your whole disk, and either use the backup software that came with your computer, or ideally invest a little money to get a dedicated backup package.


Another thing to keep in mind is that a data protection strategy is only good if it WORKS. You should test it at least once before you need to rely on it. The worst time to discover that your backup system doesn’t work as you thought is when something has gone bad and you are relying on your backup strategy to be able to get things back the way they were before things went wrong.


I use and trust Acronis True Image Home. It’s saved my bacon (or that of someone in my family) on a number of occasions. It will do a full disk image backup (and can compress it too) and gives the flexibility to restore a full disk image, or at the file/folder level, and you can even mount a backup image as a disk and copy things from the backup on the fly. In the case of our house, we have a shared computer with a dedicated 2TB disk for backup images, and the family laptops back up across our home network to a share on this computer. Each computer has a boot disk that in the event of a failure can boot, access the network, and can restore from the previously taken backup to recover a failed disk.


The main computer I work on has a number of disks installed, and given that most failures happen at the individual disk level, I have each disk run a backup to another disk in the system. In the event of a failure it’s very quick to pull back files (or if necessary a whole disk) from a locally attached drive with the backup image on it. My important files back up to a removable disk, and in the case of my photographs, I have a second removable disk that is kept up to date nightly with my working photography files too.


Today I had a need to rely on all of this to recover from a disk failure. We were scheduled to have a 2 hour power outage for local power company work this afternoon, so before I went to work I closed my computer down. When I got home from work late this afternoon, I powered the system up. It started to boot and then hung. After doing some quick tests I worked out that while the system could see one of the attached disks at a basic hardware level, nothing could be read from the disk’s magnetic media. I removed it, attached it via a caddy to another computer just to see if there was any chance of recovering what was on this disk. No joy. The disk was DEAD!


So…. I quickly popped out to our friendly neighborhood electronics superstore, picked up a new 1TB disk to replace the 500GB disk that had died (paid less for the new disk than I had for the old one too!), and in a few minutes had fitted it, formatted it, and had started restoring from the last backup I had taken. With the restore completed, I synced my most recent photographic images back from the external drive that held them, and after about 3 hours I was back in business.


The disk that died held all of my photos from over 10 years of digital photography. I was able to get EVERYTHING back, even some shots I had taken yesterday evening! I would have been heartbroken if I had lost all of that work and all of those memories. Had I (like some) saved the files to optical disks, It would have taken me DAYS to have restored them to my new disk, and I’d still be scratching around trying to work out how to get back the other files that were also on that disk. Instead, after buying a replacement disk and investing a few hours of my time in the recovery of the contents, I was up and running as if nothing had happened (apart from the fact that I’d magically gained 500GB of storage!).


My advice to you therefore is to get an external drive, get a good backup application, and be sure to use it regularly! It may sound like an expensive waste of money, but trust me – the time will come when you will thank yourself for putting a few simple precautions in place.


© John Krzesinski, 2010.

What Are The Popular Types Of Rechargeable Battery Chemistries?

The most popular types of rechargeable battery chemistries include Lead-Acid, Nickel-Cadmium (NiCd), Nickel-Metal Hydride (NiMH), and Lithium ion (Li-on). Here are descriptions of the advantages and disadvantages of each chemistry.


What Are Flooded Acid Batteries?

Flooded lead-acid batteries come in a wide variety of shapes and sizes due to their widespread usage in many industries and applications. They’re the most commonly used batteries on the reserve power (standby) market today because they are reliable and robust against harsh environments. Flooded batteries are 100 percent recyclable.


Flooded batteries do not recombine the hydrogen and oxygen gases to water internally as seen with VRLA batteries; instead, these gases are vented externally. Therefore, ventilation must be considered and properly sized to eliminate the hydrogen gases from the battery area.


Flooded batteries require more maintenance than VRLA batteries. Distilled or deionized water has to be routinely replenished to make up for the lost moisture (hydrogen and oxygen).


What Are The Most Common Uses For Flooded Acid Batteries?

Flooded lead-acid batteries are utilized in automobiles, forklifts, uninterruptible power supply (UPS), switchgear, telecommunications, emergency lighting and other applications.


What Are Lithium Ion Batteries?

Lithium ion batteries have a very high density compared to other battery technologies today. This means they are suitable for applications that need a high amount of power. Its electrochemistry uses lithium ions as a main component. Lithium ion batteries are low maintenance and don’t require scheduled cycling to increase the battery’s lifespan.


Lithium is the lightest of all metals. It has the greatest electrochemical potential and delivers the highest specific energy per weight. Lithium ion batteries have high nominal cell voltage of 3.60V. Additionally, lithium ion batteries do not suffer from memory effects and their self-discharge rate is less than half that of nickel-based systems. Benefits of Lithium Ion batteries include very high energy density, very light weight, no memory effects, slow self-discharge, low maintenance, and no gassing.


What Are The Most Common Uses For Lithium Ion Batteries?

Common uses for lithium ion batteries are in portable devices including laptops, computers, and cameras. Lithium Ion Batteries are starting to be used in standby and emergency backup applications for the telecommunications, cable, and data center industries. Lithium Ion Batteries are also being used in material handling applications such as electric forklifts, pallet jacks, order pickers, reach trucks, and more.


What Are The Benefits Of Lithium Ion Batteries In The Data Center?

Benefits of Lithium Ion batteries include very high energy density, very light weight, no memory effects, slow self-discharge, low maintenance, and no gassing. Lithium-ion batteries tend to have a lower total cost of ownership (TCO) when compared to other battery technologies. One of the reasons the TCO is lower is that lithium-ion batteries last significantly longer than VRLA batteries.


What Are The Disadvantages Of Lithium Ion Batteries In The Data Center?

Lithium-ion batteries upfront costs are significantly higher than that of VRLA batteries so the initial investment may seem too large for some data centers.


What Is A VRLA Battery?

VRLA (Valve-Regulated Lead-Acid) batteries utilize a one-way, pressure-relief valve system to achieve a “recombinant” technology. This means that the oxygen normally produced on the positive plate is absorbed by the negative plate. This suppresses the production of hydrogen at the negative plate. Water (H2O) is produced instead, retaining the moisture within the battery. VRLA batteries never need watering, and should never be opened as this would expose the battery to excess oxygen from the air.


VRLA technology encompasses both gelled electrolyte / gel batteries and absorbed glass mat / AGM batteries.


What Are Common Uses Of VRLA Batteries?

VRLA batteries are used in a variety of deep cycle and standby / emergency applications. Deep cycle, deep discharge VRLA battery applications include floor scrubbers, wheelchairs, golf carts, personnel carriers, and certain renewable energy applications. Standby and Emergency Backup applications of VRLA batteries include, UPS (uninterrupted power systems), cable / broadband, emergency lighting, telecom, and renewable energy.


Do VRLA Batteries Require Ventilation?

Ventilation allows the VRLA batteries to release potentially dangerous, built-up gasses while keeping necessary electrolytes. These batteries do so through their one-way, pressure-relief valves, which safely allow the release of gasses and excess pressure while also keeping the batteries properly sealed. Too much oxygen leaking into the battery could quickly contaminate and destroy it. All types of VRLA batteries come with pressure-relief valves.


What Is An AGM VRLA Battery?

VRLA-AGM type is a recombinant battery. This means that the oxygen evolved at the positive plates will recombine with the hydrogen generated at negative plates generating water and preventing water loss. Absorbed glass mat (AGM) batteries absorb the electrolyte in a fiber-glass mat separator. This causes them to be spill proof, meaning they don’t leak acid like a flooded design if tipped on their side. The glass mats in AGM batteries are wrapped around the positive plate, which helps prevent damage from vibration and extend cycling. AGM battery designs can have over twice the cycle life of a conventional flooded product in the right application. AGM VRLA batteries cost more than flooded batteries, but are less expensive than gel batteries.


What Is A GEL VRLA Battery?

A gel battery has the sulfuric acid electrolyte mixed with silica material to form an immobilized gel. VRLA - Gel batteries are recombinant type and do not need water and emit less gas than VLA (flooded) type lead-acid batteries. Gel batteries reduce the electrolyte evaporation and spillage that are common to the VLA (flooded) battery. Gel batteries are considered to have greater resistance to extreme service temperatures. Although Gel batteries belong to a VRLA category, their construction is similar to VLA (flooded) batteries except for the gelled electrolyte. A Gel battery’s separator material is generally not an Absorbent Glass Mat, but microporous plastic material. VRLA Gel Batteries produce less hydrogen than other battery technologies and are maintenance-free.


What Are The Advantages Of VRLA Batteries In The Data Center?

A benefit of VRLA batteries for UPS Systems and Data Centers is that they are maintenance-free. Maintenance-free VRLA batteries save time and reduce the risk of failure from lack of maintenance. Additionally, VRLA batteries have a high-rate capacity and high charge efficiency. VRLA battery technology is often cheaper than other battery technologies.


What Are The Disadvantages Of VRLA Batteries In The Data Center?

While an advantage of VRLA batteries is that they are relatively easy and inexpensive to install, a disadvantage is that should something go wrong, they can be damaged through improper installation. Also, VRLA batteries tend to have a shorter life when compared to Lithium Ion batteries.


What Are Renewable Energy Batteries?

Renewable energy batteries collect excess energy and store it for when there is no renewable energy available. Renewable Energy batteries are designed to provide high cycling performance and a safe, uninterrupted supply of energy in renewable energy applications. Renewable energy batteries can be used in multiple applications from small off-grid solar to large scale energy storage for commercial solar and wind farms. Many battery technologies are utilized for renewable energy applications including VRLA-AGM, VRLA-Gel, NiCd, and more.


What Are Common Uses For Renewable Energy Batteries?

Renewable energy batteries can be used in multiple applications from small off-grid solar to large scale energy storage for commercial solar and wind farms. There are several types of renewable energy. Solar panels collect solar energy, while wind turbines transform wind into mechanical power. Moving water transforms into renewable energy with dams and hydro plants. Whenever there is an excess of this type of energy, renewable energy batteries can store it for future use.


What Are Nickel Cadmium Batteries?

Nickel cadmium batteries are rechargeable batteries with a strong ability to conduct energy. Their strong conducting skills allow them to create very high currents, and they can recharge in a short amount of time. Nickel cadmium batteries need regular maintenance to extend their lifespan. They also have memory effect, so they need full discharge cycles to avoid capacity loss.


Ni-Cd cells have a nominal cell potential of 1.2 volts. Ni-Cd batteries have been around since late 1890s. They use nickel oxide hydroxide and metallic cadmium as electrodes. The electrolyte is alkaline – a solution of potassium hydroxide. The specific gravity of Ni-Cd electrolyte doesn’t change during charge & discharge – it retains the ability to transfer ions between cell plates. Compared with other types of rechargeable cells they offer good cycle life and capacity, good performance at low temperatures, and work well at high discharge rates.


What Are Common Uses For Nickel Cadmium Batteries?

Nickel cadmium batteries started off as energy sources for two-way radios, professional video cameras, power tools such as drills, and emergency medical equipment. Now, larger ventilated wet cell and valve regulated Ni-Cd batteries are commonly used in reserve power applications such as emergency lighting, standby power, and UPS as well as other applications.


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Dongjin is one of the most professional valve regulated lead acid battery suppliers. Valve-regulated lead-acid battery (VRLA battery) is also called sealed lead-acid (SLA) or maintenance free battery. There are 2 types of VRLA batteries from Dongjin Group: absorbent glass mat (AGM) and gel cell. The gel batteries and AGM batteries of VRLA can be mounted in any orientation, and do not require constant maintenance. A VRLA battery utilizes a one-way, pressure-relief valve system to achieve a "recombination" technology.


Deep Cycle, Deep Discharge Applications

Marine TrollingElectronicsSailboatsElectric VehiclesWheelchairs/ScootersGolf CarsPortable PowerFloor ScrubbersPersonnel CarriersRenewable Energy(Solar, Wind)Village PowerCommercial Deep Cycle ApplicationsMarine & RV House PowerStandby and Emergency Backup Applications

UPSCable TVEmergency LightingComputer BackupRenewable EnergyFrequency RegulationTelephone SwitchingOther Applications

Race or High Performance CarsOn-Highway TruckingOff-Road VehiclesWet EnvironmentsMarine & RV StartingDiesel StartingVehicles with Start-Stop Systems


RLA batteries are rechargeable batteries based on AGM (Liquid Absorbing Glass Fiber Board) technology and calcium grid plates. They have superior high-current discharge characteristics and long service life. Because the VRLA battery is fully sealed, it will not leak acid, and during charging and discharging, it will not emit acid mist like old-fashioned lead-acid batteries to corrode equipment and pollute the environment. It does not need to add water in use.


VRLA batteries are widely used and can be used in power tools, emergency lights, UPS, electric wheelchairs, computers and communication channel equipment.


Our development team combines the market's demand with design optimization, precision component selection, and state-of-the-art manufacturing process to produce the most cost-effective battery solution for today's various energy-related systems. Dongjin VRLA (Gel and AGM) products have the reputation of being the high-quality VRLA batteries.

FlickrBackr: a cheap & cheerful cross-platform Flickr Backup app.


Use Flickr to organise & share (of course!)

Backup safely to your own storage

Backup incrementally - only download new photos

Your local backup is saved in Flickr sets, matching your Flickr organisation

Browse your backup in your browser

Multiple backup location supported

Simple click and drag install, no separate packages required

Enjoy your digital life! Easily share and access files, photos, videos, and music between all your computers, with friends and with family using the Iomega® Home Media Network Hard Drive. Powerful and fast, the three-step set-up is very simple, even if you’ve never used a network drive before. Ideal for centrally storing and sharing all your media files, the Home Media Network Hard Drive has a built in UPnP™ AV Media Server (DLNA certified) and iTunes™ Server so that content can be easily shared between computers and any other digital media adapters such as game consoles, digital picture frames or networked TVs. Simple 1-click sharing automatically posts files to your Facebook®, YouTube™ and Flickr™ accounts. A photo slideshow can be created instantly, for online sharing with friends and family – updated by simply dropping files into an Active Folder. Remote access allows you to access your files securely from anywhere in the world via the internet. Torrent download allows you to take advantage of the new standard in file sharing, and other features allow you to share a printer and control which family members have access to certain folders. Automatically back up all your computers to the network drive with award winning EMC® Retrospect® Express backup software for PC and Mac® (included), or virtually any backup application, including Time Machine®. For extra protection, back up online with MozyHome™ Online Backup service - 2GB included free.

Remote Access

With remote access, you can connect to your pictures, videos, and files from anywhere in the world – as though you were sitting right at your workstation or home computer! Enter a personalized web address into any browser, and you will be easily downloading and uploading your files securely. Administrators can easily change network hard drive settings, like adding users and folders from any web enabled device. The first year of remote access is free – and it’s only $9.95 per year after . Custom domain names, such as, are also available for additional charges. Remote access services are provided by TZO, the trusted name in Dynamic DNS Services.

Torrent Download

Torrent is the new standard in peer-to-peer file sharing. This technology facilitates download management, making it easier and faster to download large media files. With direct file transfer to your network hard drive, say goodbye to those unfinished downloads!

Apple Time Machine Support

With this new capability, users running Mac OS X 10.5 or higher will be able to use their Home Media Network Hard Drive as a backup target for Time Machine – Apple’s built in backup software. Competitor’s network storage devices without this specific support can’t be used with Time Machine.

3-Year Warranty

Coincidental with this release, customers who register the product with Iomega will receive 3-years of product and technical support. Customers who register qualified units within 90 days of purchase will receive a warranty extension up to 3 years.


Iomega QuikProtect is now included on the solution CD. QuikProtect software offers simple file-level data protection for your desktop or notebook computer to any Iomega backup device (hard drive, network hard drive, or StorCenter).


A simple FTP implementation is included in this release for the limited end-user set that require FTP functionality and need basic FTP functionality.

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Some of the noticeable improvements include:


- Whenever an operating system upgrade is announced, application compatibility becomes a pressing concern. Windows XP represents the convergence of the consumer line of Microsoft operating systems (Windows 95, Windows 98, and Windows Millennium) and the business line of Microsoft operating systems (Windows NT, Windows 2000), and as such, the new operating system offers extensive compatibility with third-party applications for both home and business users.


- Windows XP is well-suited with almost all of the top 1000 applications that ran under Windows 95, Windows 98, and Windows Me, and almost every application that ran under Windows 2000, with the exception of anti-virus programs, system utilities, and backup applications (for which, in most cases, updates will be available from their manufacturers when Windows XP is released).


- Windows XP comprises Plug and Play support for hundreds of devices not covered by Windows 2000, and enhanced support for Universal Serial Bus (USB), the high-speed bus known as IEEE 1394, Peripheral Component Interconnect (PCI), and other buses.


- Windows XP now contains a utility called Shutdown Event Tracker, which provides a simple and standard mechanism you can use to consistently document the reasons for shutting down or restarting your computer. You can then use this information to analyze the root causes of shutdowns and develop a more complete understanding of your system environment.

For energy harvesting and power line backup applications, the Vishay BCcomponents 196 HVC ENYCAP™ series of hybrid ENergY storage capacitors features industry-high energy density of 13 Ws/g and low 2.5 mm profiles.

Portable and Compact: The CradlePoint CTR500 Cellular Travel Router creates a secure Wi-Fi Hotspot from broadband enabled cellular data modems. The CTR500 is the world's most compact router that is able to support BOTH Express Card and USB-style Cellular Modems. Powered by CradlePoint's WiPipe technology, it supports a wide variety of modems and handsets on the ATT, Verizon, Sprint, and Alltel networks It gives users hassle-free Wi-Fi access nearly anywhere.


Secure and Reliable: The high-performance router platform supports multiple and concurrent VPN pass-through sessions, plus encryption modes including WPA2 Personal and Enterprise to provide secure client access. It has a unique built-in auto-failover between broadband sources enables wireless backup applications and maximum uptime.


Simple: CradlePoint's built-in Setup Wizard provides diskless set up of security settings. Getting a remote workgroup up and running quickly regardless of OS or device-type on the network is easy, and site selection and placement is convenient. The CTR500 teamed with your EVDO or HSDPA cell phone or a Cellular USB modem gives you and your team instant, reliable, and secure Internet access wherever you work. It's great for simplifying individual access as well as sharing. Finally, you can have the convenience of WiFi and the coverage of cellular in one solution.


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How to save bandwidth


Running out of download quota sucks. If you’re on a mobile data plan it worse than sucks: it’s also hella expensive. That’s why we’ve compiled our top four ways to save yourself the pain.

BitTorrent: Uploads


For most home broadband users that run afoul of their monthly quotas, it’s likely that the blame lies squarely at the door of BitTorrent. With BitTorrent it’s not just the downloads that you have to account for – it’s the uploads as well. It is, after all, a peer to peer technology.

Since most ISPs now meter uploads, that means that a given BitTorrent download can actually suck up many times more than the actual file size from your monthly quota. This is especially true if you say, start BitTorrents before you go to bed and leave them running all night.

Now one way to limit the damage, so to speak, is to put upload speed limits on BitTorrent. That’s pretty easy, but it’s also problematic. BitTorrent is designed to reward uploaders: the more you upload, the faster your download. Choking the upload speed will hurt your downloads.

However, it’s very easy to do if you want: in μTorrent click on the gear icon to open your preferences then, click on Bandwidth. In the Maximum upload rate, enter a number that you’re comfortable with (we’d recommend nothing below 20).

BitTorrent: Seeding limits and transfer caps


A better solution than upload rate limiting, however, is to put seeding limits on a file. Once you’ve finished downloading a torrent, your BitTorrent client goes into seeding mode. Normally, it will continue to upload the file indefinitely until you manually stop it.

You can get μTorrent to automatically stop the seeding by putting a seeding limit on it. When the client has upload a certain amount of data – proportional to the size of the original download – it will stop uploading. For example, if you set a seeding limit of 50%, after the client has uploaded data equal to 50% of the original file size, it will stop uploading.

Data that you upload while downloading is counted towards this total (so the torrent might actually stop the second it finishes downloading if you’ve already reached your quota).

To set this up, in the preference panel click on Queueing in the left panel. Under the Seeding Goal field, enter a number as a percentage of the original file size that you want to seed.

For example, if you enter 50, then BitTorrent will upload up to 50% of the original file size before stopping the torrent, ensuring that most torrents won’t use more than 150% of the file size in data quota – unless the torrent takes a very long time to download (it keeps uploading for as long as it’s downloading, regardless of seeding goals).

Next check the box under ‘When μTorrent reaches the seeding goal’ and make sure 0 is entered into the field. Click OK.

There is a third tool you can use in μTorrent: Transfer Caps, which let you put a hard quota on the amount of data used by μTorrent in a 31 day period. You can find it under Transfer Caps in preferences. Unfortunately, there’s no easy way to make it map to your ISP quota resets. Whenever your monthly quota is reset, you’ll have to manually go back to μTorrent and reset the quota.

Click-to-play plugins


Sites with embedded video and Flash elements aren’t just annoying: they’re bandwidth suckers. Fortunately, in Firefox and Chrome there’s a setting call Click to Play.

A plug-in won’t start up unless you click on its panel. So if you head to a site with a video ad that plays in the corner or a Flash "game" that’s designed to lead you to ad advertiser, you can choose whether or not it starts.

To turn on Click to Play in Chrome open up your Settings and then scroll down to the bottom and click on Show Advanced Settings. Under Privacy, you’ll find a button for Content Settings. Click on it, and a new window will pop up. You’ll find what you’re looking for under Plug-ins – enable the radio box Click to Play.

In Firefox enter about:config into the address bar to take you to its hidden configuration screen (for which you’ll get a warning). Scroll down to the plugins.click_to_play setting and set it to True if it’s not already (right click and select Toggle to change it). Next, go to the Tools->add-ons page and search for the Flashblock add on and install it. (For some reason, the click_to_play setting does not seem to apply to Flash).

Throttle cloud backup systems


If you use a cloud backup service, you know that they can totally eviscerate your monthly download quota. If you find yours is doing just that, it’s time to adjust the settings.

Thankfully, services such as Crashplan have quota and throttling tools to keep that down to a manageable level. Check out the backup applications settings and see if there are tools to limit uploads.

If you can’t find any, try changing the backup frequency. Continuous backup is good for keeping files exactly up to date, but it triggers an upload every time a file is changed. Try changing it to scheduled daily or weekly backups instead.

FalconStor Software, Inc. was named a 2009 Tech Innovator by Everything Channel´s CRN for its FalconStor® File-interface Deduplication System (FDS) in the Storage category. Everything Channel´s Tech Innovator listing celebrates technology vendors that have introduced new solutions that drive advances throughout the technology channel.


FalconStor FDS helps users minimize online storage capacity requirements for backup and archiving applications. As a capacity-optimized storage repository, its capacity requirements for disk-to-disk (D2D) backup applications can be reduced by as much as 20 times or more by eliminating redundancies resulting from backup operations. FalconStor FDS enables cost-effective disaster recovery (DR) by sending only unique, deduplicated data across the wide area network (WAN).


FastBackup is a simple and an easy to use data backup and synchronization application. FastBackup is a multi-threaded program that can be used to schedule and backup your files and directories from their original location to other directories/drives in the same computer, external hard drive, USB or other computer in your network.

With FastBackup you can automatically backup your files once, daily, weekly, monthly, yearly or on a timer basis. Full, Incremental and differential backups are supported as well. You can also save and open lists with different backup file sets.


User-friendly interface allows you to easily backup and synchronize the folders and files that are important to you - documents, spreadsheets, MP3s, videos and other files.

Fastest backup application with double buffering techniques.

You can safeguard you files by keeping an exact copy of these files in different locations.

Supports synchronization with USB devices and Network folders.

You can even schedule the copies to take place at a time convenient to you.

Backup Filters:

Specify a list with files to include or exclude from the backup.

Specify minimum and maximum file size.

Specify date and timestamp filters.

Backup Plan cloning to create new backup plan quickly.

Limit the FastBackup to use only the specified processor speed and system memory during backup processing.

You can enable/disable your backup plan instead of deleting from backup plan list.

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Do you wish to backup your Android mobile device from data loss? Then don’t hesitate to consider Google Drive backup application for saving your files and documents which can be accessible by other devices you login with such as your smartphones, tablets and your PC Desktop computers.


With Google derive app, you can secure and backup or safe files like videos, photos, and documents etc. and have those files restored to your mobile or pc devices when you lost them or bought a new phone. After saving your files in Google Drive backup system, you can actually invite others to view, write comments or even edit any of the files or folder. Everything will be done on your permission.


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Features of Google Drive Android APK APP


With this app you can safely store your important files and access them from anywhere.

You can quickly view your content saved in it.

Perform search to your files by name and content when trying to locate any of them.

With Google drive Android app, you can easily share your files and folders to others.

Configure the access levels and assign authority to who can view, edit or make comments.

Access recent files quickly.

Information or details of files and activities are kept recorded.

Permits viewing of files in offline mode via the mobile application.

Can scan paper documents through your phone camera

Quick access to videos and pictures from Google photo.

Lucky Patcher is a free modifier app that can mod lot of apps and games, block ads, remove unwanted system applications, backup applications before and after modification, move apps and games to SD card, deleting license verification etc.



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