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Different types of
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It backups all the data stored on the
The advantage of using a full backup is
that it is the fastest to restore to the
The disadvantages are that it is the
slowest back up method, and that it is
takes up a lot of storage space on the
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How can a full backup be useful
If all the data is erased from the system it
is the quickest way to restore all the data.
A differential or incremental backup would
not be suitable as it takes more time as
you restore from all the backups.…read more

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Incremental backups copies all the new and edited files
and folders stored on the computer since the last full or
incremental backup which ever is closer.
The advantages are that it is the fastest back up as it is
only backing up new and modified files and folders. Also
it has the lowest store space taken up on the storage
The disadvantage is that it is has a moderate restore
time because you have to restore the full back up and
then every single incremental backup.…read more

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How can a incremental backup be
An incremental backup means that if you
delete a file you can restore it from the
incremental back instead of waiting a long
time for the full backup.…read more

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Differential backup is taking a backup of all the
data change or new since the last full back up
The advantage if that you are taking a backup of
all the files you have changed or edited since the
last full backup
The disadvantage is that it takes up a lot of
storage space as it takes all data changed since
the last back up.…read more

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