Use Immortal Files For A Better Backup Experience!
When you make a backup of an entire hard drive volume, you are creating a copy of the data present on it. A backup contains all files in your hard disk, and with the same attributes. Having a bootable backup is a must these days due to our over dependency on our computers.
Regular copying tools do not have the ability to make backups of our hard drives. This is because they do not have the permission to access invisible files vital to our system's functioning and security. Therefore, we need special tools like immortal files to make any type of backup - bootable or offsite.
A bootable backup of your data is an essential tool for recovery from a crash of your startup drive. Without a clone, recovery can take from a few hours to a few weeks, even if you have everything backed up. Your boot drive contains your operating system, your programs (typically), and many updates, user settings, passwords, software customizations, and more. Even if you have all your programs on readily-available optical disc, you will have to start from the scratch to configure your mac like before.
The advantages of having a bootable backup of your system are obvious.
• Ability to meet your deadlines even if your system crashes.
• Being able to keep your calm when the data on your hard disk corrupts.
• Having a portable computer with all files you need and programs you love to use.
How To Create a Bootable Backup Using Immortal Files
Creating a bootable backup is as easy as it gets thanks to immortal files' intuitive interface. Read the following instructions to know more -