Protecting your computer's data comes at a low cost

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When Josh Smith’s boss got his computer stolen out of his car, he simply went to the store, bought a new one, and plugged it into his backup drive.
“It even brought up the web page he had looked at the day before,” says Smith, editor of Notebooks.com, who lives in Findlay, Ohio.
Setting up a backup system is so easy you would think everyone does it, the way we sync our phones to the cloud so that our lives do not fall apart every time a device takes a dunk in a toilet. But most of us do not put these safeguards in place.
It only takes a little bit of preventive medicine to make sure your laptop or desktop computer can be restored if something happens to it. Here is what you need to know
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