Wireless Hard Drive
A wireless hard drive is a lifesaver, as it can ensure you never lose another file again to a virus or system failure. You know you need to back up your computer, but realistically you probably do not remember, or have the time to do this on a regular basis.
Fortunately, Apple has a few products that can prevent you from losing important data without the hassle of having to manually save your files.
Put this task on auto-pilot by using the ingenious
Capsule. Leave it to Apple to simplify your life. This wireless hard drive not only allows you to backup your files automatically but it is also holds a mass amount of information, 2 or 3TB to be exact. All you have to do is set it up one time to your Mac, provided you have OS X Leopard or newer and the Time Machine program.
Simply make Time Capsule your default backup drive, slide the bar from off to on and dream away while your Mac does all the work for you and anyone else in your home who has their own Apple computer. If you have not made the transition yet and still have one or two PC’s in your home, do not worry, as Apple Time Capsule works with these devices.
Once your first backup is complete, all the rest should be quicker and since this is automatic, you do not have to worry about losing space to duplicate files, as only new content goes onto the Time Capsule.
Western Digital My Book External Hard
While Western Digital does not create products only for Mac computers, the My Book external hard drive works with the Time Machine program and several Mac operating systems. The Western Digital
external hard drive offers automatic updates, is user friendly, password protected and downloads information quickly with a 3.0 USB port connection.
While the remote file retrieval for this device is somewhat slow, it is a wireless hard drive. Additionally, the company offers online and phone support should you have questions or need assistance setting up your new product.
One of the most convenient gifts recently provided by technology is the external hard drive that allows you to share your files or data without sending an email or saving to a flash drive and then transferring.
Apple’s AirPort Extreme allows you to do exactly this, as your home or office computers can link up to one external hard drive. As long as you authorize certain computers to be in your network, you can safely send or receive any information on the hard drive over the Internet.
Wireless Network External Hard Drive
If you have the right tools, it is easy to back up your data and eliminate stress induced from system crashes and computer viruses. You also now have no excuse not to back up your files, since the wireless hard drive is easy to set up. When you consider the benefits, it is worth the financial investment.
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