Using Norton's Storage
Now that you have a sense of what each feature does, the set up process will be far easier. To get started as quickly as possible with this tool, and to avoid any potential frustration, simply follow a few steps.
First, click the "Manage Backup Sets" feature from the list and wait for a new window to popup. Next, you’re either going to "Create New Backup Set" by clicking on its respective link, or just customize the pre-existing Default Set. If you decide to create a new one, you’ll need to enter a name like "Test Backup," or similar.
It doesn't really matter which route you take, it just depends on your personal preference. Navigate to the "What" tab and browse through the list of files. Go ahead and check the box beside each file you want to backup. Don't be afraid to spend a little bit of time on this part. After all, it's important to select all the files you feel are worthy of backing up. If you rush it, you may end up missing some crucial ones.
Just a few more steps and you're done setting it up! Navigate to the "Where" tab and quickly ensure that the "Secure Online Storage" option is selected. Then, navigate to the "When" tab and either set the backup process to run Automatically or change it to a fixed interval. Bear in mind that you can always just opt to run it on a manual basis, so long as you actually do it.
Click on the "Save Settings" button in the bottom right-hand side of the window and then close it. That's it! You're all done setting up your backup. What's really cool is that it essentially becomes a "set it and forget it" type of program if you've customized it to run on an Automatic schedule.