By Delia / Last update December 25, 2014

The reason to backup my data to another computer

I cannot stress enough how important it is to make regular backups of our data because there are lots of reasons why we might lose it (viruses, bugs, carelessness…). To backup our data (or to migrate it) to another computer is a burning question. Fortunately, I can get freeware in the market to solve this problem. And personally, AOMEI Backupper Standard is my favorite.

Backup my data to another computer with AOMEI Backupper

AOMEI Backupper Standard is free backup software that protects our PC. It provides basic and advanced features to ensure the safety of our system and data. Free AOMEI Backupper Standard has a clean and straightforward interface that catches my eyes at first sight. Here I will present step-by-step instruction.

Download AOMEI Backupper Standard and run the program.

Step 1: Click Backup, there are four options for me to choose. Here I just set backup system as an example. Click System Backup, then comes out two steps. There is nothing to do with step one since AOMEI Backupper has automatically chosen C-drive for me, while step two needs my operation.

Select Destination Path

Step 2: To backup my data to another computer, I have to choose the option Share/NAS.

Step 3: Then click Add share or NAS device so as to specify the target computer.

Add Share or NAS Device

Step 4: Here comes an important step which is not complex. I just fill in the blanks with correct content. If the target computer is encrypted, I still have to cancel the tick and input the accurate information.

Input Accurate Information

When all these steps have been finished, AOMEI Backupper will skip to the main interface, I can see that the target destination has been listed there. At this time, by clicking Start Backup, after a while my data is backed up to that specified computer.

Ok, that's all. With the help of AOMEI Backupper Standard, I can handle backup issues without effort. It is good software that deserves to be recommended.