Has your computer ever crashed on you? I dont mean the normal everyday, Im a Microsoft Product so I must shutdown crashes, I mean really crashed where you cannot boot back up. Where your hard drive just quit working or some other major problem made you lose all of your data.
Its like losing your wallet. Losing your money isnt so bad, but all that time getting new ID, credit cards, and other important papers is aggravating. On your computer there is a lot of data we take for granted every day.
Documents we have created, music we have downloaded, pictures we have saved, and so much more. Most people know its wise to back up those items onto a CD-ROM or onto storage space somewhere on the web, but what are some of the other things you should be backing up?
Do you allow cookies to be stored on your computer to remember your login information for websites that you visit a lot? Then you also need to find the cookies folder on your computer and back that up as well. In Windows 98 its in C:windowscookies. In Windows XP, its in C:documents and settingsusernamecookies.
Do you know all of your passwords by heart? Do you use a program to manage passwords? If you...