Looking for a new USB hard drive or thumb drive? Want something that’s really going to give you value for money? Check out this article, where we’ll review USB drives that stand out because of their performance, value, or - strangeness.
Figuring out which data backup systems to use to secure your files and programs is a challenging process, but this series of guides can help you easily select products and solutions for backing up and storing data.
Learn how to replace, upgrade, and repair hard drives in this comprehensive guide to computer storage.
Iomega and LaCie are two companies that offer data storage and backup products to help ensure safe storage of personal data. Both companies have similar products, but offer different features and customer service.
If you’ve lost your Maxtor support CD and can’t find the Maxtor support tools online, you might be wondering what you can do to check your hard disk. Fortunately, SeaTools can be used to check your Maxtor drive, following the acquisition of Maxtor and the merger with the Seagate range.
It wasn’t always practical to have a network attached storage device in your home, but with the rate at which technology is progressing, it may soon become impractical to not have one. If you’re avoiding the idea because you’re intimidated by the idea of configuring it, don’t be.
Once a hard drive begins to fail it is very important to immediately back up all of its contents and place them on an external drive. The image retrieval can be done several ways.
As technology takes over more and more of our lives, the need to share files between home computers is increasing. If you find yourself using thumb drives to share files, perhaps you could benefit from a NAS device.
Windows may say your files are gone forever when you empty the Recycle Bin, but anyone who’s worked with computers knows that isn’t always the case. How do you make sensitive files permanently irretrievable? Here are a few solutions.
If you lost all of your data on an external hard drive as the result of a system crash or corrupted disk, you need to know how to get it back. Here’s how to do just that on a Windows computer.