Nov 5, 2010


Released : Nov 5, 2010

Genre : Comedy, Drama

Starcast : Akshay Kumar, Aishwarya Rai, Neha Dhupia, Randhir Kapoor


Desc :

Bunty is madly in love with his girlfriend, Tanya, but is petrified of marriage because of his parents Kishen and Mala`s strained marital relationship. Meanwhile, Tanya`s grandfather, Professor Anthony Gonsalves, warns Bunty to take a call to either get married to her or stop seeing her! To top it all, Bunty`s surprise party for his parents 35th wedding anniversary turns into an absolute disaster as yet another explosive fight breaks out between his parents. Finally, Bunty decides to go back in time to transform his nerdy father and tomboy mother into an eligible bachelor and a graceful beauty. He needs to make them fall in love and at the same time make his grandparents agree to their marriage! Only then will his own love story finally be complete.

Duration : 2:06

Size : 150mb

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DOWNLOAD LATEST GOLMAAL 3 FREE MOVIE NOW:-                 Released : Nov 5, 2010 
Genre : Action, Comedy  
Starcast : Ajay Devgan, Mithun Chakraborty, Kareena Kapoor, Arshad Warsi, Tusshar Kapoor, Shreyas Talpade, Kunal Khemu, Johnny Lever.

Desc : 
Golmaal 3 is an upcoming film directed by Rohit Shetty. A sequel to the 2008 film Golmaal Returns, the project will star majority of the actors from the previous film like Ajay Devgn, Kareena Kapoor, Arshad Warsi, Tusshar Kapoor and Shreyas Talpade, and will also feature new actors as well.

                                     Duration : 2:03  
                                     Size : 129mb



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Gaming is very interesting habit. It is very helpful tool to remove our tension. If we are in bored mood it keeps our mood fresh. Gaming is for every one  either he is a man or a kid. No one remains away from the magic of gaming. Its gives us freedom to fun and masti.  

Here are the most popular games of 2010 for free downloading  and keeps your mood refresh.

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Hiring 2275 Sub-Inspectors: Staff Selection Commission (CPO)
Staff Selection Commission (SSC) will hold examination for recruitment to the post of Sub-Inspecor in various Central Police Organisations (CPO). Exam date: November 28, 2010

Recruitment Board: Staff Selection Commission (SSC)

Area: Central Police Organisations (CPO)

Name of the post: Sub-Inspectors in CPOs

Group 'B' Non-Gazetted in SSB and BSF
Group 'C' Non-Gazetted in CISF, ITBP and CRPF.

 Total no. of posts:

 Age limits: 20-25 years as on Novembar 2, 2010
 Division-wise post break-up:

Pay scale: Rs. 9300-34800 with Grade Pay Rs. 4200.
Eligibility:  Graduate from  a recognised university.
Selection process: 
  • Appear for an All India exam. 

  • Written exam will consist of objective type questions followed by physical endurance test, medical exam, interview/ personality test.

How to apply:

Offline application: Click here to dowload the application form.
The candidates should pay the fee by means of "Central Recruitment Fee Stamps(CRFS)"only .CRFS stamps are available at the counter of all Departmental Post Offices of the country. Recruitment Fee Stamps should be pasted on the application form in the space earmarked for the purpose and got cancelled from the Counter of Post Office of issue with the date stamp of the Issuing Post Office in such a manner that the impression or the cancellation stamps partially overflows on the Application Form itself, taking care at the same time that the impression is clear and distinct to facilitate the identification of date and Post Office of issue at any subsequent stage.
On-line applications: The candidates submitting their applications on-line should pay the requisite fee only through State Bank of India either in the form of challan or net-banking.
FEE: Rs.100 payable through CRF Stamp or SBI Challan or on-line payment through account with the State Bank of India. Fee is exempted for all Women candidates and candidates belonging to Scheduled Caste, Scheduled Tribe and Ex-Servicemen eligible for reservation.

Click here
for details (Eligibility for physical test, medical test, written test syllabus, educational qualification code)

Application deadline: November 2, 2010
Staff Selection Commission
Block No.-12
CGO Complex,
Lodhi Road,New Delhi,
Phone: 011- 24363343
SEND applications to any one of the test centre: 

Sl. No. 
Examination  Centres  & Centre Code

Address to which the 
applications should be sent 

Bhagalpur(3201), Darbhanga(3202),
Muzaffarpur(3205),   Agra(3001),  
Bareilly(3005), Gorakhpur(3007) , Kanpur(3009),  
Meerut(3011), Varanasi(3013),   
Allahabad(3003), Patna(3206), Lucknow(3010)

Regional Director(CR), 
Staff Selection Commission, 
8-AB, Beli Road, Allahabad, 
Uttar Pradesh-211002 

Kolkata(4410), Midnapur(4413),  
 Port Blair(4802),      Sambalpur(4609),    
Gangtok(4001), Jalpaiguri(4408), 
Bhubaneshwar(4604), Cuttack(4605), 
Regional Director (ER), 
Staff Selection Commission,1st 
MSO Building,(8thFloor)  
 234/4 .  Acharya Jagadish    
Chandra  Bose Road), Kolkata,  
West Bengal-700020
Bangalore(9001), Thiruvananthapuram(9211), 
Kochi(9204), Thrissur(9212), Gulbarga(9005), 
Mangalore(9008), Dharwar(9004), 
Kozhikode (Calicut) (9206)
Regional Director(KKR), 
Staff Selection Commission, 
1st Floor, “E” Wing, Kendriya 
Sadan, Koramangala, Bangalore, 
Delhi(2201), Jaipur(2405), Jodhpur(2406),
Kota(2407), Bikaner(2404), Udaipur(2409),  
Ajmer(2401), Alwar(2402), Sriganganagar(2408), 
Dehradun(2002), Haldwani(2003), Almora(2001), 
Srinagar(2004) (Uttarakhand)
Regional Director (NR),  
Staff Selection Commission, 
Block No. 12,  
CGO Complex, Lodhi Road,  
New Delhi-110504 
Guwahati (Dispur)(5105), 
 Imphal(5501), Shillong(5401), Aizwal(5701), 
Kohima(5302), Agartala(5601)
Regional Director(NER), 
Staff Selection Commission, 
Rukmini Nagar,  
PO: Assam Sachivalaya, 
Guwahati, Assam-781006 
Hyderabad(8002), Guntur(8001), Kurnool(8003), 
Rajahmundry(8004), Tirupati(8006), 
Coimbatore(8202), Chennai(8201), 
Madurai(8204), Puducherry(8401), 
Tirunelveli(8207), Tiruchirapalli(8206),  
Vishakhapatnam (8007)
Regional Director (SR), 
Staff Selection Commission, 
EVK Sampath Building, 2ndFloor, 
College Road, Chennai, 
Tamil Nadu-600006 
Aurangabad(7202),  Mumbai(7204), 
Kolhapur(7203), Nagpur(7205),  
Panaji(7801), Pune(7208), Ahmedabad(7001), 
Vadodara(7002), Rajkot(7006),Nashik (7207), 
Amravati (7201),Surat(7007) 
Regional Director (WR),  
Staff Selection Commission, 
1st Floor, South Wing, Pratishta 
101 M.K. Road, Mumbai,  
Ambikapur(6201), Indore(6006), Jabalpur(6007), 
Jagdalpur(6203), Chindwara(6003), 
Chattarpur(6002), Guna(6004), Mandsaur(6010), 
Jhabua(6008), Khandwa(6009), Rewa(6012), Raipur(6204),  
Bhopal(6001), Gwalior(6005), Bilaspur(6202)
Dy. Director (MPR), 
Staff Selection Commission, 
“Nishant Vila” F. Jalvihar Colony, 
Raipur, Chhatisgarh-492001 
Ambala(1801), Jalandhar(1402), 
 Leh(1005) Chandigarh(1601), Jammu(1004), 
Srinagar(1007), Shimla(1203),
Bhathinda (1401) Hamirpur (1202) 
Dy. Director (NWR),  
Staff Selection Commission, 
Block No. 3, Gr. Floor, Kendriya 
Sadan, Sector-9, Chandigarh- 

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Exam alert: IIT-JEE 2011, route to IIT

         Indian Institute of Technology Joint Entrance Exam (IIT-JEE) is organized and conducted by Indian Institute   of Technology. It is for the students who aspire to take admission in Engineering and Technology courses under the top technical institutes of India.

  • IIT is conducting Joint Entrance Exam 2011 (IIT-JEE) for admission to undergraduate programmes of IITs located across India.

    Exam: IIT-JEE
    Admissions to following institutes:
    • Bhubaneswar

    • Bombay (Mumbai)

    • Delhi

    • Gandhinagar

    • Guwahati

    • Hyderabad

    • Indore

    • Kanpur

    • Kharagpur

    • Madras (Chennai)

    • Mandi

    • Patna

    • Punjab

    • Rajasthan

    • Roorkee

    IIT score is also used for shortlisting candidates for UG programmes at:

    Institute of Technology, Banaras Hindu University (IT-BHU), Varanasi and Indian School of Mines University (ISM), Dhanbad
    Age: Must be born on or after October 1, 1986. (For SC, ST and PD - on or after October 1, 1981)
    • The candidate must have passed their 10+2 examinations from a recognized board.

    • The candidate can appear in the Joint Entrance Exam two times only, that also should be in consecutive years.

    • The candidate must be physically fit for the course for which they have applied.

    • The candidates who will be giving their final examinations of 10+2 in 2011 are also eligible to apply.

    How to applyClick here to apply online.

    OR Obtain offline application form from any of the designated branches of banks by paying Rs. 500/ for SC/ST and Female candidates or Rs 1000/ for all other candidates that would contain all relevant information for JEE 2011.
    Selection process:
    • There will be two sections in the entrance exam, each comprising of questions from Physics, Chemistry and Mathematics.

    • All the questions will be Multiple Choice Type (MCQ)

    • Negative marking scheme will be followed in the checking of examinations.

    • The candidate can opt for question paper in any of the language viz. English or Hindi.

    Important dates:
    • Online application preocess: November 1, 2010 to December 15, 2010

    • Off-line application process: November 12, 2010 to December 15, 2010

    • Date of exam: April 10, 2011 (Sunday)

    Click here for details


    JEE, IIT Delhi

    Hauz Khas, New Delhi 110 016
    Phone: (011)26591785

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Best Secret of success: Get the mind-set of an ant!


 All of us tend to look up to big people for lessons on how to get better. We are keen to learn the secrets of their success. But we forget that sometimes the biggest lessons in life come from the smallest folks around us. Now that’s a good lesson to remember!

Take ants for instance.

Would you believe those small creatures can teach us how to live a better life? Jim Rohn - the great motivational guru – developed what he called the ‘Ants Philosophy’.

He identified four key lessons from the behaviour of ants that can help us lead better lives. Jim Rohn is no more – but his messages continue to inspire. Here then, are the four lessons from Rohn’s ‘Ants Philosophy’.

1. Ants never quit. Have you noticed how ants always look for a way around an obstacle? Put your finger in an ant’s path and it will try and go around it, or over it. It will keep looking for a way out. It won’t just stand there and stare. It won’t give up and go back. We should all learn to be like that. There will always be obstacles in our lives. The challenge is to keep trying, keep looking for alternative routes to get to our goals. Winston Churchill probably paraphrased the ant’s mindset when he offered this priceless advice: “Never give up. Never, never give up!”

2. Ants think winter all summer. Remember the old story of the ant and the grasshopper? In the middle of summer, the ant was busy gathering food for the winter ahead – while the grasshopper was out having a good time. Ants know that summer - the good times – won’t last forever. Winters will come. That’s a good lesson to remember. When the going is good, don’t be so arrogant as to believe that a crisis or a setback cannot happen to you. Be good to other people. Save for a rainy day. Look ahead. And remember, good times may not last, but good people do.

3. Ants think summer all winter. As they suffer through the unbearable cold of the winter, ants keep reminding themselves that it won’t last forever, and that summer will soon be here. And with the first rays of the summer sun, the ants come out – ready to work, ready to play. When we are down and seemingly out, when we go through what looks like a never-ending crisis, it’s good to remind ourselves that this too shall pass. Good times will come. It’s important to retain a positive attitude, an attitude that says things will get better. As the old saying goes, tough times don’t last. Tough people do.

 4. Ants do all they possibly can. How much food does an ant gather in summer? All that it possibly can! Now that’s a great work ethic to have. Do all you can! One ant doesn’t worry about how much food another ant is collecting. It does not sit back and wonder why it should have to work so hard. Nor does it complain about the poor pay! Ants just do their bit. They gather all the food they can. Success and happiness are usually the result of giving 100% - doing all you possibly can. If you look around you, you’ll find that successful people are those who just do all they possibly can.

Follow the four simple steps of Jim Rohn’s ‘Ant Philosophy’ – and you’ll see the difference. Don’t quit. Look ahead. Stay positive. And do all you can.

And there’s just one more lesson to learn from ants. Did you know that an ant can carry objects up to 20 times their own weight? Maybe we are like that too. We can carry burdens on our shoulders and manage workloads that are far, far heavier than we’d imagine. Next time something’s bothering you and weighing you down, and you feel you just can’t carry on, don’t fret. Think of the little ant. And remember, you too can carry a lot more on your shoulders!

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Genre : Wrestling 

Desc :

Divas Champion Eve Torres vs Maryse. R-Truth vs Ted DiBiase. Intercontinental Champion Drew McIntyre vs Kofi Kingston. WWE Champion John Cena vs Batista in “I Quit” Match. Unified Tag Team Champions The Hart Dynasty vs Chris Jericho and The Miz. Rey Mysterio vs CM Punk (S.E.S. Pledge vs Hair Match ). Randy Orton vs Edge. World Heavyweight Champion Jack Swagger vs The Big Show 

Duration 2 hour 43mn 

Size : 196 mb 

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If your computer seems slower than it used to be, it probably is. Over time, computers get slower because files become disorganized and resources are consumed by unnecessary software.

Fortunately, Microsoft Windows XP includes tools to clean up your computer and restore its performance. The five steps in this article will walk you through the use of these

tools to tune up your computer.

Before you do anything, back up your computer. Some of the steps in this article can cause pre-existing but hidden problems to surface, which may keep your computer from starting. A backup allows you to restore your important files in the unlikely event that something does go wrong.

1. Remove unused programs

First, remove programs you don't use anymore. Programs take up space on your computer, and some run in the background without your knowledge. Removing programs you don't use can help restore your computer's performance.

2. Install and run antispyware software

Most programs can be removed using the Add or Remove Programs function accessible from Control Panel, but spyware programs are more stubborn. Windows Defender (a free download from Microsoft) or another antispyware program can detect and remove these programs. 

You should always have an antispyware program installed, because spyware might install itself on your computer without your knowledge. After you install the antispyware program, run it to detect and remove any unwanted programs.

3. Free up wasted space

Removing unused programs is a great way to free up disk space, which will speed up your computer. Another way to find wasted disk space is to use the Disk Cleanup tool.

To run the Disk Cleanup tool


Click Start, and then click My Computer.


Right-click Local Disk, and then click Properties.

3.On the General tab, click the Disk Cleanup button. Disk Cleanup will spend a few minutes examining your disk.

4. The Disk Cleanup dialog box will appear. Select each of the check boxes in the Files to delete list, and then click OK.

5.When prompted, click Yes. Disk Cleanup will spend several minutes removing these files, which will provide you with more space.

6.If you have more than one hard disk drive, repeat this process for each hard disk drive listed in My Computer.

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Build Your Own File Server

Build yourself a secure file server using any old computer with a couple of hard drives and store all your data centrally:-

    Every office that generates large amounts of data needs a file server so that users can access it all from a central location. The sole purpose of a file server is to provide the users on the network with files. Additionally, file servers can also provide data to other users over the internet via a website or FTP service. A file server is nothing but a simple computer with ample storage space, running a server operating system and configured with data backup or synchronizing software. The hardware is usually designed using special purpose processors, RAM, motherboards, hard drives, power supply units and cabinets so the server is able to be powered on 24x7. So they have to be rugged and efficiently cooled too.

The main component of a server is the storage space, but using a single spacious hard drive will not serve the purpose. The drives should also be highly efficient in terms of speed, should have a large volume, and last but not the least, they should be secure enough to keep your data safe. Hence, they are usually configured in RAID, where multiple hard drives are deployed to ensure speed and safety during data transfers. Hard drives can be configured in RAID using different modes— RAID 0, 1, 5, 10 or 01. While RAID 0 is considered the fastest as it uses the data striping feature, RAID 1 is the safest as it uses data mirroring. but both have their advantages and disadvantages. RAID 5, 10 and 01 are combinations, which uses both striping and mirroring to form fast and safe storage. We will show you how to configure a simple file server which uses RAID 0 or RAID 1 using two SATA hard drives and an old computer. You can also use multiple hard drives to form a RAID 5, 10 or 01 volume.
  • Any old desktop computer. A Pentium 4 or higher is preferable.

  • Two or more similar SATA hard drives.

  • 2 GB RAM should be enough, unless you have more to spare.

  • A PCI SATA RAID card, unless your motherboard features built-in RAID.

  • An operating system. A server edition is highly recommended if there are many users accessing it.

  Let’s begin. Open and clean the old computer thoroughly and ensure a dust-free interior for efficient cooling. Install a PCI SATA RAID card into a vacant PCI expansion slot and screw it in place, unless your motherboard features an onboard RAID controller. Install the two (or more) hard drives in the respective bays and connect the necessary cables (data and power). Confirm that all cables are neatly tied and tucked away from the cooling fans and ducts to ensure proper air circulation. Once done, your hardware is ready to become a server.
Now is the time to install the operating system, but before this, you will need to configure the hard drives in RAID. If your motherboard features RAID, then simply go to the BIOS setup and configure the two hard drives in RAID 0 or 1 and exit.
If you are using a PCI RAID card, then you will have to press the necessary keys displayed on the screen while the system is starting up to enter the card’s BIOS. Here again, configure the hard drives in RAID and save the settings. You’re finally done configuring the hardware. If you want a secure storage system, use the RAID 1 configuration, and if speed is the requirement, go for RAID 0. 
   Begin installing the operating system. You can use a Microsoft Windows Server Edition OS (recommended) or a Linux OS. We have used Windows XP as the OS as an old computer would already have a licensed operating system. During the installation, you might be prompted to install the drivers for the RAID hardware so that the OS can recognize the storage/volume type. Insert the driver CD that came with the motherboard or the PCI RAID card. The setup will then detect the storage space and you can continue installing the operating system as usual.
Your file server is now finally ready to be configured. Once the OS is installed, make sure you have installed all the drivers and created all the users and their profiles as per the requirement of your network. Copy your data to the storage drives and share the respective folders with appropriate user rights. That’s it! Your file server is ready to be deployed. Just connect the server to the network after configuring the network card and then disconnect the monitor, keyboard and mouse.
Now that your server is on duty, there are some things that you should also consider. Use a UPS to avoid data loss during power failures, install an exhaust fan in case you are keeping it in an enclosed area, install an antivirus software for additional security, install and keep running a password protected virtual networking software so that you can access the server from another computer on the network instead of connecting a monitor and input device and operating the server. Additionally, we also recommend a few changes to your server hardware. Since you are using an older computer, replacing the power supply unit would be a good idea as this component might fail when used 24x7. Additionally, to lower the noise of multiple hard drives spinning inside the cabinet, design some foam or rubber sleeves for the hard drives to dampen the vibrations. Finally, use the power saving and/or WOL feature of the motherboard to power down the hard drives or system when the server is not being used. This will not only save power, but will also prolong the life of the server’s hardware. Your file server is finally ready for action.

Let it serve you better
Now that your file server is ready and serving its purpose on the network, why not use the entire efficiency of the server for other purposes to enhance your business productivity or home convenience. As we mentioned earlier, file servers are nothing but simple computers, and you can use them for multiple purposes apart from simply sharing a folder or drive. Some other applications that can be installed on the server to juice-out some additional functionality.
Media server: Install a media server application and store your complete collection of audio and video files on the server and stream them to all the computers or handheld gadgets from a centrally located location. Examples: iTunes, IceCast, Unreal.
HTTP server: Host your own website from home or office using an HTTP server. All you need is a live IP address from your internet service provider. You don’t need to worry about web space because your server’s storage space is the limit. Website down time is zeroed as your server would be online all the time in your own premises. Finally, hosting charges are nil as you own the server. Examples: Apache HTTP server, Xerver.
FTP server: Allow your friends and clients to access your data files or upload their data to your server using the FTP service. Here too you would require a live IP address from your ISP. Examples: Xerver, FileZilla, Xlight, WinFTP.
Printer server: Install printer(s) on the file server and share them across the network. You don’t need to worry about the printers connected to client machines on the network being shut down. All your printers can be in one location at home or office.
Database servers: Centrally feed in all your data and share it w ith a database management software to make information available to all users on the network. Examples: SQL, Oracle, Microsoft Access, FileMaker.
Accounting server: Similar to a database server, multi-user accounting server applications can be installed to provide multi-user access to accountants on the network. Examples: Tally, Busy.
Proxy server: Proxy servers help internet usage on the local network work much faster because of their caching feature. You can create user profiles to induce profiles to authenticate users or even block particular websites. Examples: FreeProxy, AnalogX, CCProxy.
Download server: Employ the server to be a single point for downloading files and torrents from the Internet. This is beneficial as the server can be used for managing all your data downloads by taking the benefits of its 24-hour uptime. Examples: DAP, FlashGet, uTorrent, BitComet.
Backup server: Install backup or synchronizing software on the server and configure it in such a way that it can automatically backup crucial data from all the machines on the local network at specific intervals. This would ensure that, apart from client machines, a copy of all your data exists on the server. Example: Fbackup, AceBackup.
Mail server: Mail servers can be very beneficial on a local network. Users can send and receive mails to the file server, which will do the job of sending emails outside or collecting emails and distributing emails from an online POP server to local users. Also send emails internally without the need of using Internet bandwidth. Example: hMailServer, netMailshar, Winmail, CMailServer.
Security monitor: Using a video security monitoring software, your file server can also act as a surveillance unit by recording video feeds from webcams and IP cameras. Example: WebcamXP, SmarterGuard Basic.
Safety first
Data on a file server is important and should be kept safe and secure at all times. Backing up the server frequently is a must as you would need to keep your data safe in extreme cases such as virus attacks, hard drive errors, bad sectors, accidental wipeouts, etc. Keeping your data safe means you should replicate your data from the server onto another machine or external storage medium from time to time.
In case of a server crash or hardware failure, your data on the file server can be lost. The only form of backing up your server is mirroring or synchronizing your data completely to another external storage or machine. Numerous applications such as GoodSync, ViceVersa and such are available online which can help synchronize your data to have a secure backup system. We will use SyncBackSE as an example for synchronizing/mirroring software.
You can download a 30-day trial from ‘’ and if you would like to buy it, the utility is available for $30 (approx Rs 1,500) onwards. SyncBackSE is a powerful utility that helps automatically copy files and folders from a defined location to another, be it on the local drives, NAS, external storage drives, or even FTP servers.
Install and start the application and click on ‘Profiles | New’. Enter a name to differentiate between profiles if you are creating multiple profiles, and click ‘Next’. In the following screen, click on the type of synchronization from ‘Backup’, ‘Synchronize’, ‘Mirror’, or Group’.
Mirroring is useful as file servers need to be replicated to save space and create an exact folder structure as the original ones in case of a system crash. You can opt for synchronize or backup if you wish to keep copies of older deleted data too, but the destination disk space might fall short over time.
In the next screen, you can choose to backup/sync from or to an FTP server. If you don’t have any, skip this screen. Now enter a description name for the source files and select the source folder and click ‘Next’. Do the same for the destination folder at the next screen. Now define your preferred method and period of the mirroring of data. Click on ‘When’ from the left panel and then on ‘Edit Schedule’ and the utility will ask you to enter your current user password for security. Enter the details and adjust the date and time along with the period of recurrence according to your choice of mirroring. Ideally, a recurring period of one hour, daily, should be ideal in case your server’s data is updated at regular intervals.
If you are sure that your server data changes after longer periods, you can change the profile to run every two or seven days. Now that the profile is completely ready, you can activate it and it will run automatically in the background at the specified time intervals. Similarly, you can create multiple profiles to have a safer backup by defining different folders or data specific folders to different backup locations.
Mirroring the data from your file server automatically is essential via an automated backup or synchronizing utility so that you do not have to waste time performing these essential chores manually each day or every week.  

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