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New to making data backups, do I have this right?
So, I'm trying to be smart and back up my data, since SSDs, as I understand it, don't give you much of a warning before they go out, and it's generally good practice. So I got 2 external drives (redundancy). The only question is: what is the most efficient way to actually do it?
I could obviously just copy the folders over, and click "don't overwrite" every subsequent time, but There Must Be A Better Way.
Windows 10 has a backup function, but I read a few articles claiming that it can be unreliable, so I might be better off doing it the old-fashioned way described above? I don't need to clone my entire drive, it's "just" documents, media, etc