Why backup digital photographs?

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Why backup digital photographs?

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Most people using a digital camera download their images to the hard drive of their computer. A small number of photos are being printed and the rest is safely kept in the computer. But, you may already know that computers (and especially hard drives) don’t last forever. In order for you to enjoy those photographs for years to come, it is highly recommended to make regular backup of your digital photos. This backup should be stored on an external media, such as CDs and DVDs. To be 100% protected from disaster, you may consider maintaining multiple backups of your photographs. Supported CD/DVD burner drives Photo Backup contains its own burner driver. This driver relies on standard ASPI (Advanced SCSI Programming Interface) commands. If your CD/DVD burner drive is not very old (about 1999) – Photo Backup should support it. Both internal and external (USB1.0, USB1.1, USB2.0, Firewire IEEE-1394) drives are supported. It is always recommended to try the software before you purchase to make

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