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How to Backup and Restore Firefox Browser

Today, firefox it the most popular, widely used web browser in the world. It becomes dofficult for most of the web serfers like me to move to another machine or after changing OS and re-build the bookmarks, browsing history and passwords in firefox. So, here is a toll that can be used to take peropdic backup of all your firefox’s data, which can be restored on another machine and/or after installing fresh copy of firefox to use it just like before.

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How to perform automatic Saving & Backup of your Word file?

Microsoft Word also has an important feature of saving your work automatically into the current document after specified time.  By default, word automatically saves your current document after every ten minutes but you can change this time. It is also good idea for you to create backup of your files automatically. Because in this global network a computer can crash, a virus problem, or a hard drive failure can wipe out everything.

Follow the given steps to change default save time and enable auto backup feature:

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Back Up Your Mac to Multiple Disks with Time Machine

Since the release of Time Machine, backing your Mac up has never been easier. If you want to back up different sets of files to more than one drive, though, this script will help you do so.

Time Machine, in typical Apple fashion, will seamlessly back up your data with little effort on your part. However, when it comes to doing something a little more advanced, Time Machine isn’t quite wired to do so. It can back up to multiple disks, for instance, but you’d have to change the preferences every time, which can be a pain. Thus, if you want to, say, back up your whole disk to one drive and only one subset of files onto other drive, you’ll need to automate it yourself.


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