Data Recovery Made Easy

Written by Emil Malmberg

Today millions of people all aroundrepparttar world depend on their computers for their daily work, and while modern computers are fairly reliable millions of dollars are lost every year due to technical problems and loss of data. If you spend more than a few hours per month in front of your computer you probably have some important documents and emails somewhere on your harddrive. In fact, many computers users haverepparttar 107847 result of hundreds of hours of hard work stored on their harddrives. What most people do not realize though, is that computers and harddrives is not a very secure place to store important information. A virus attack, disk crash or even a human error can easily wipe out irreplaceable files or your entire harddrive. While it is possible, although very expensive, to recover information from a crashed or erased harddrive, there is only one simple way to protect your files, emails and other data from crashes and technical disasters. Save backups on CDs, DVDs or some other secure media and update your backups daily! If you have an up to date backup, expensive and complicated data recovery procedures are no longer necessary.

Creating Backupsrepparttar 107848 Easy Way When creating backups, it is important that you update you backups often or they will not be very

How to create an Outlook Express Backup

Written by Emil Malmberg

Most Windows users should be familiar with Microsoft Outlook Express. This email program is usually installed withrepparttar Windows operating system and is probably amongrepparttar 107846 most commonly used email program today. While using Outlook Express is fairly easy, finding and backing uprepparttar 107847 emails can be a little more complicated. Since there is a large number of files and folders on a normal computer running Windowsrepparttar 107848 first problem is to findrepparttar 107849 files containing your emails. Outlook Express stores emails in .dbx files and there might be several different dbx files depending on how many email folders you have created in Outlook Express. If you are using Windows 98 you can probably locate your emails somewhere inrepparttar 107850 Windows directory. In Windows 2000 emails are usually stored somewhere inrepparttar 107851 user data folder.

Locatingrepparttar 107852 email store folder The easiest way to find out exactly where your emails are stored is to start Outlook Express, go torepparttar 107853 tools menu and openrepparttar 107854 options dialog. Inrepparttar 107855 option dialog selectrepparttar 107856 maintenance page and click onrepparttar 107857 Store Folder button. Here you can findrepparttar 107858 path torepparttar 107859 folder containing your emails. To openrepparttar 107860 folder, copyrepparttar 107861 path and paste in inrepparttar 107862 address field ofrepparttar 107863 windows file manager. You should see a number of dbx files and possibly some other files too. When using WinBackup you can simply skip this step since WinBackup automatically finds your emails and adds an email icon to User Data section if you are using Outlook Express. WinBackup also locates and backups your address book which if often not included inrepparttar 107864 email folder.

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