When do most people backup their computer? [Image]

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See, now you can never say Bluescreen of Death is useless — it tells you it is time to backup! And if you don’t have a backup program on hand, read out handy dandy guide on best free backup software for Windows.

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  1. Seamus McSeamus

    There is probably more truth in this pie chart than most people would think.

    BSOD = panic = “OMG, my computer is dying” = relief that said computer restarted normally = “I better back my shit up NOW!”

    I do a backup after I get a new machine set up the way I want it, with all the software I want on board. This is my “clean backup” – a reinstall without actually reinstalling, and with the added benefit of not having to add all the software back in. I do have to update windows and most programs, but it saves time over a true reinstallation.

    After that, it’s weekly incremental backups.