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Old 10-27-2007, 09:37 AM   #1 (permalink)
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Default Best backup solution

Hey everybody,
finally my new hdd arrived, now Im just wondering how to backup up my sensible files the best way.

Should I jsut use the build in tool of windows or are there programms which are better to use?

What would you recommend, doesnt matter if its free tool oder a tool to pay for.

I just want to have the best solution.

When I use the Windows tool, how can I make incremental backups`?
Does it compress my files?
When it is restored can I pick only parts of the backup which should be restored?
And are they placed automatically in the former folders`?

I know a lot of questions, but occupying google did not give me a clear answer.

Thx a lot,

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