“So far, in my look at Linux compared to Mac and Windows, I’ve
covered music players, photo organizers, and video editors. But all
those apps – and all the documents they create – are
lost if your hard drive crashes, your laptop takes a spill, or some
other catastrophe strikes.
“If you have documents, you must have a backup solution – Mac
users at least have the option of Time Machine and Windows offers
Live Drive. In this final installment of my look at the Linux
desktop, I’ll assess how Linux stacks up against backup solutions
for Windows and OS X.
“To keep things simple, we’ll divide backup options into two
camps: those that backup to a disk, and those that backup to web