Free Back up Data: Pro-Trick of IT on Virtual Hard Drives (VHD)

  If you decided to back up your files/data, did you consider VHD or virtual hard drive? It’s been years when the IT professionals used Virtual Hard Drive (VHD) in server applications and virtual machines, however, you can also use them freely with few clicks for backup format by the use of the tools in Windows. First off, VHD is a big file container that can copies the hard drive of the file structure. It would be easy to think of it as a ZIP file, although there would be no compression involved. For VHDs in reality are single files which can handle and replicate backups made-easy. They can be easily restored and compatible on cross application or platform. When on the hard drive, a VHD is likely any other file, thus, you need to be sure you have room to accommodate it. When archiving the files to VHD, you can move the file to another media, such as an external drive. The VHD format is recognizable by several programs which is ready to use for OS X, Windows and Linux. It is accessible through the internet, local network, the SMB protocol or removable media. In case it is attached into the system, the VHDs will act like a USB or external hard drives.   Using VHD (Virtual Hard Drives) Once you made and attached a VHD file, you can begin to back-up using any method you want, it may use the general copy/paste method or the favorite backup program you have. In anyway, using a simple backup utility will be fine, no compression needed. The ability of VHD...

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