Computer users know very well how frustrating it can be to deal with data loss. You can lose almost all the data saved on your PC in a snap. That means you have no choice but to say goodbye to all the photos stored in there; not to mention the videos, songs etc. you have painstakingly downloaded only to disappear without any trace. This data is a part of who you are, a virtual remembrance for the virtual life you have lived so far. But thanks to the many vulnerabilities of a regular computer, you can never tell when your hard drive will give up on you.
To save your data (and your memories as well as your sanity), make sure you have a backup plan in place in the form of an external hard drive to ensure no data is lost forever. Yes, you don’t need a genius solution to this age-old data loss dilemma. All you need is just a conventional technology and some common sense to foresee that such a disaster may strike (because your computer isn’t a super machine), so you need to prepare for it beforehand.
Even though external hard drives have been around the market for quite a while now, many computer users actually admit that not all of them own one yet even though they know the importance and benefits of having a backup storage. Aside from the usual threats of hard drive failure issues you face and cybercrimes like ransomware can also take you by surprise. Cyber crooks can take all your files from you without warning. Even paying the ransom in bitcoins is not an assurance that you can really get your data back. So, it’s just common sense to buy an external hard drive and save yourself from all the hassles brought about by unforeseen data loss. After all, there are cheaper brands in the market and you can choose the size you want depending on your data storage requirements.
Bitcoins are a really big thing these days. Although many people are still clueless about it, it is the perfect digital currency for cyber criminals who engage in crimes like ransomware. The article above can be really quite funny or annoying considering how much the bitcoin currency’s value has soared over the years. A $25 investment could well be worth around a million dollars in value in current time.
The major drawback to bitcoin use is that its value constantly fluctuates. No need to worry, though, if you don’t own one today because many computer users actually don’t. Meanwhile, a major problem you can relate to and probably have experienced once or twice in your lifetime (or even more) is damaging your hard drive. This article http://www.harddriverecovery.org/damaged-hard-drive.html got you covered. And since you often ask an expert computer technician to work on your damaged hard drive, it helps to check out this link http://www.harddriverecovery.org/pricing.html for data recovery costs, so you don’t get ripped off by unscrupulous computer pros.
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