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Tech Guide: RAID 0, 1, 3 & 5

A guide to RAID array

RAID is Redundant Array of Independent Disks. The purpose is to enhance performance and increase data redundancy.  It is also termed as Redundant Array of Inexpensive Disks. It is generally addressed as RAID array, although, an array is already included in the name. It is a virtual data storage technology that uses multiple physical data storage units to form single virtual storage. RAID is combining a number of physical storages to create a logical storage. Why do we need RAID? The RAID technology has seen many transformations, improvements, and enhancements over past years. There are some very interesting conceptual improvements

How to Import Your Files and Settings from Your Old Computer to Windows 10

Import files and settings from old to windows 10

For many of us, we have to put in a good amount of consideration, when it comes to moving on to a new system like Windows 10. We often get into a debate with ourselves on whether, we really need it or not. Most of the time, it is not because we cannot afford it, but simply, because we are so comfortable using the old system and settings. More than anything, we do not want to lose the files and the photos and videos that have been so precious to us the whole time. For those of us, who also

SSD VS HDD: Which One is Best

HDD

The inclusion of solid state drives in new computers during recent years, has put a question mark in utilization of the conventional hard disk drives. This new technology of storage unit, has called on for many discussions, analysis and comparisons of SSD vs HDD. SSD VS HDD An SSD (Solid State Drive) has gained popularity in past few years. And after its implementation in new computers has started assumptions about its merits over the conventional Hard Disk Drives (HDD). In one way, there is no comparison of both the storage technologies, as they are independently excellent in their own aspects.

Sooner or later your hard drive will die! Here’s how you can protect your data

Hard Disk Drive

The average lifespan of a conventional hard drive is from six to eight year, it can work lot more than that or it can wear out way before the average time. But those would be the cases when either the drive experiences some external damage or the manufacturer has made some blunder. Set up a mirrored volume and protect your information! Life of a Hard Drive You might have seen the hard drive of your computer making chirp noises while working; this is expected from a hard drive that has been functional from a long time. A hard drive has

A Complete Guide to Recover Permanently Deleted Files from Windows and Mac

recover permanently deleted files

We all have been there once. You press that “Shift + Delete” button or empty the Recycle Bin or Trash to free up the clutters, only to regret later. Now, you need those files back. Here’s a complete guide on how to get permanently deleted files back. This guide digs in-depth on the recovery process of deleted files and both software and manual ways of recovery. But before you go deep on the recovery methods, double check on the files to ensure “Is it really deleted” It happened to most of us, and it could happen to you. The file

Google Asks Hard Drive Manufacturers To Forget About Reliable Disks

Insane isn`t it? Here is a fact; 70% of businesses have experienced data loss due to accidental deletion, disk or system failure, viruses, fire or some other disaster. [Source: datto] Read the headline again. Does this confuse you? Well even if you consider yourself a storage expert or you`re hearing “Storage” , “Hard disks” and “Cloud” for the first time, it doesn`t make sense to risk the data safety despite whatever Google says. But that`s not what Google is trying to suggest, let`s hear it from Eric Brewer, Google` s infrastructure VP. Brewer presented a surprising white paper at 2016 USENIX

How to Transfer Data from Old Computer to Windows 8

When you consider a computer then you will surely have your important data in it. Consider that you have a computer in which you have stored some important data; it is obvious that the data will be stored within the hard drive and this hard drive is called internal hard drive as it is internally attached to the computer. Now assume that you want to transfer your old computer’s data to a brand new Windows 8 PC. It is obvious that it will be very difficult to detach and attach an internal hard drive for transferring data from one computer

How to Create Windows 8 Recovery Disk

Usually when users install or upgrade to Windows 8 they don’t get benefited by its advanced features. And one of the most useful feature of Windows 8 operating system is Recovery Drive or Disk. When you create Recovery Disk on a media then it can be used when your computer does not boot up, this will facilitate you to use some set of advanced repair and troubleshooting tools. Once the recovery disk is created then you will be able to boot Windows 8 from it easily. One of the very first thing what you need to do when you are

Difference between Offline Backup and Online Backup

Backup can be defined as an extra copy of the data kept in some safer location, which can be used as a substitution when you lose your original data. A backup can be broadly classified into two types: Offline backup Online backup Offline Backup: When talking about offline backup, it is the first and the traditional way of taking backup into a physical piece of hardware such as external hard disk, pen drive, memory card and many more. This backup process can be accomplished very easily and quickly. But, the data within these devices can be unsafe due to many

Best Ways to Backup Data

Nowadays computer consumers use various electronic gadgets to access and store their valuable data, such as systems, laptops, Smartphone, etc or create BKF (Backup File) on their system. You may store data on these gadgets such as family photos, documents, videos, pictures or anything else. However, all these data is very important for you but losing these data due to any reason will hurt you lot. Hence, it is best to backup your essential data to other storage device. List of ways to backup data Manually backing up data: You can backup your essential data from your system hard disk