Necessity to Do Files and Folders Backup

"Always be prepared for unexpected future." It is also true when comes to files and folders security in computers. With the fast development of technology and wide use of computers, it is increasingly common to see PC failures. Whether it is virus or hijack attack, system crash or disk damage, they all result in data loss, big or small. Many files on our computer are of great importance for us, including email, music, photos, videos, documents, personal settings, bookmarks, and applications.

"Do not put all eggs in one basket." Similarly, in case of data loss due to accidents, we should make a backup of important files and save the image file in another place. Thus, once bad events happen, we can retrieve the desired files by simply restoring them from the backup image we have made before.

To make file backup easy to conduct, we need the best file backup software for free - AOMEI Backupper Standard. In addition to the File Backup feature, it offers the File Sync feature which enables you to sync any local folders to OneDrive.

Five Steps to Backup Files or Folders Automatically

Step1. Launch the automatic file backup software AOMEI Backupper. Click Backup on the left panel and choose File Backup.

Step2. Name this backup. Click Add File or Add Folder to select the files/folders you want to backup.

Step3. Select a destination path (local disks, external hard drives, removable USB drives, network location or NAS).

Step4. Tick Schedule in the bottom. In the pop-up window, set a backup frequency.

Step5. To begin backup, please click on Start Backup Add the schedule and start backup now.

Get More Help from Documentation & Videos

If you want to know more about backup and restoration functions, please refer to following documents or videos.

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Still have some questions after reading this article? You may click on the link below to learn more of the detailed instructions of files/folders backup.

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How to Restore

How to restore files or system when problems occur? You could refer to the following tutorials.

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