It's been a while since our last look at Aomei's Backupper backup and sync program. The most prominent additions to the program since that review of version 4 are real-time sync, mirroring, and two-way folder synchronization; plus more advanced boot discs, including a fully portable version of the program. Add those new features to the existing file and image backup capabilities and you have a near-total backup solution, lacking only online options. If our testing had gone off without a hitch, the program would have been reaching for 4.5 stars. The performance snags make it a less compelling option.
Google Photos is a great way to back up and organize all your images, though you still need to do a little bit of legwork if you want to capture everything. That's because Android organizes images that are saved from different apps into folders. So if you want to save screenshots, Instagram pictures, or photos from other social networks, you need to go through a few steps. First, launch Google Photos and open the navigation drawer on the left. Fire up the slide-out menu to start picking which device folders you want to save.
I cannot tell you how many times my wife has shouted from one corner of the house or another, "Chrome ate my pinned tabs again!" It seems like no matter how I configure her Chromebook, I know at some point the gremlins hiding away in the OS are always in a state of coming for those tabs. I've done everything possible to keep that from happening, knowing it is inevitable and I'm going to hear that cry again. These Chromebook laptops feature low prices and long battery lives. I eventually came upon a solution for all that ails my beloved and her oft-frustrating ChromeOS tab situation.