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Just Do This: Back Up (PDF)

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Now updated for Windows 10 and more!

A simple, straight forward approach to backing up. Rather than presenting option after confusing option, Just Do This: Back Up walks you through a simple series of steps that takes you from possibly losing everything, to being protected from just about anything.

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