I recently purchased a new laptop, so I've been lucky not to have too many technical difficulties on my own computer recently. The family computer, the one my kids use for homework assignments, playing games, and surfing the web, is a completely different story! The old desktop has seen its better days, and each day we notice it runs a little slower. Each day, we find another problem or two wrong with the programming. Maybe it has to do with age. Or maybe it is something the kids have done to it. Either way, I'm thinking it is time to take advantage of Microsoft Continuous data protection in order to help keep the information stored on it safe.
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