With Clonezilla, you can clone/restore the whole disk or some partition of various operation systems (32-bit & 64-bit), such as Windows, Linux, Intel-based Mac OS X, FreeBSD, NetBSD, OpenBSD, Minix, VMWare ESX and so on. What you need is just a bootable CD/DVD or USB flash drive, and then run Clonezilla.
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Now more and more people choose Chrome, but the backup of Chrome’s default configurations is really troublesome. It will be really cool if there is an automation tool to do this for us. So, Google Chrome Backup stands out from the crowd.
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Every time after I reinstalled the OS, a large number of data ever saved in Firefox were all lost, this problem troubled me for a long time, until I found MozBackup by accident! From then on, I can backup and save any configuration data of most Mozilla products, for a rainy day.
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Because of worrying about any losses of the computer hard drive’s broken some day, we usually think of using Portable External Hard Drive to backup important files, just in case. But if it is using the Windows built-in “Copy/Paste” function to to this, that always needs a lot of time, especially when asking you to “overwrite” or not, very troublesome. So, is there a fast, simple, intelligent and free application to do this?
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