31 Jan The best ways to back up your work
The school year is starting to wind down, which means all-nighters, 10-page papers and library sleepovers are just around the corner. This would be a really, really bad time to lose your work, right? Right. Spare yourself a mental breakdown at the Apple store, begging for someone – anyone – to please recover the research paper you’ve been working on for amonth week: protect your work! Of course you should save to a USB or hard drive, but if you want portable protection too, check out our 4 favourite options:
Cloud storage and file backup that can be organized and accessed from anywhere, anytime on the Google Drive website.
2.Time Machine(for Mac)
This built-in feature keeps a copy of all your files, plus it remembers how your system looked on a certain day so you can backtrack.
3.Microsoft Safety & Security Center (for Windows)
Restore, recover and repair your lost work with a variety of tools.
Like Google Drive, One Drive is an onlline backup and syncing service. It can be used on PC, Mac, Android, iOs and Windows phones.