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Windows 7: 2nd Windows 7 removing problem

06 Sep 2012   #21

Windows 7 Ultimate x64

thanks for suggestion, i used this already for a years. i NEVER mix my own personal data with system, always have my data on another drive, or at least partition, than system installation. and of course, of most important things i have backup on external hdd.
that's one thing, what i don't like on windows from beginning. when i see, that somebody have all his personal documents, photos and other stuff stored in "My Documents" or worse - on Desktop, I'm speachless.

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06 Sep 2012   #22


That is the virtual version of a messy desk person. I like to sort everything into the User folders then sync them to the cloud using Skydrive which offers 7gb free storage with each Windows Live ID: Sync Any Folder to Your SkyDrive Account | PCWorld

You can then access your files from anywhere on the web, or sync any other device or machine to them, too.
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06 Sep 2012   #23

Windows 7 Ultimate x64

cloud is not good solution for me. i have too many data and often travel to countries or places, where is each MB or GB via mobile broadband or paid wi-fi access point very expensive. or connection is tooooo sloooowww... or not available at all. (fiji, tonga, fr. polynesia...)
recover key for truecrypt, backup from mozilla and other most important things i have stored in some place, accessible anywhere from world, of course.
but those are "emergency" data, what i only update, when necessary, not use for everyday work.
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