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Subject: Re: A simple way to transfer photos from your phone to Windowswithout installing anything on either
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On 2018-02-27 19:27, ultred ragnusen wrote:
> Ken Blake<> wrote:
>> "Why RAID is (usually) a Terrible Idea"
> Yikes. I only googled and saw that there were a bunch of decisions to be
> made.
> May I presume to ask if "any" RAID method is useful in the home
> environment, where all you really care about is safety of your data?
> In my case, I don't even need one Terabyte disk, but now I have two.
> My other option is to make one disk a Linux disk and the other a Windows
> disk, where I can skip the whole GRUB mess since the HP Pavilion will boot
> off of any disk you tell it to at startup.

Set up a back=up image schedule. I use Macrium, there are other 
utilities with which to do this. Back up the HDD in the computer to the 
external drive. You can set up a schedule, or invoke the backup manually.

If you want to use Linux, a 1TB derive is more than large enough for 
dual booting. That's another story, though.

Wolf K
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