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Can clone a laptop Hard Disk to an SSD for instance, see SSD replacement for ASUS X53S. Assuming you have another drive with sufficient free space to hold the entirety of your current drive: Download and install Macrium Reflect Run that, and create a Rescue CD or USB (you'll use this later). "Other Tasks" In the Macrium client, create an Image to some other drive. External USB HDD, maybe. Select all partitions. This results in a file of xxxx.mrimage When done, power OFF. Swap the 2 drives Boot up from the Rescue USB you created earlier. Recover, and tell it where the Image is that you created in step 3, and which drive to apply it to...the new SSD Go, and wait until it finishes. See More
Backblaze creates a zip file of all your files for you to download, thus decreasing the amount of data you need to download and increasing the speed of the download since it's one connection instead of multiple that need to be opened and closed for a list of files. See More
You can use Dropbox via website, by installing a desktop client that creates a folder that you simply drag and drop files into, or with their mobile app. Everything synchronizes across all devices used and cloud storage. And Dropbox offers easy methods of sharing whatever is within it. See More
Takes a lot of decisions that usually damage community, from deleting features to making impossible to use with other filesystems than ext4 because they decided without a plausible reason (they said it was about xattrs, but all modern linux filesystems supports xattrs, so it's bs.)(they remove this later, but it's too late). See More
Acronis expects most users to restore from local copies. Cloud restoration capabilities is far from robust. One has to navigate a file tree to download files in small batches because larger downloads (talking anything more than a few GBs) times out. Major PITA. See More