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DIGISTOR Archive Your Life REWIND Bundle Review - DIGISTOR REWIND Continued and Restore

DIGISTOR is a software maker specializing in data archiving. They also produce all-inclusive packages designed to maximize ease of use.

| Software in Storage | Posted: Jan 1, 1970 12:00 am
TweakTown Rating: 93%      Manufacturer: DIGISTOR

DIGISTOR REWIND Software Continued


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Oh but wait! While the Blu-Ray RW was writing data I finished another review and it needs to go to the Completed folder. Since I want to have a complete backup of all my finished reviews I want this new review added to the archive disk.


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Again, we find our folder.


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There is our new review ready to go.


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The confirmation screen again.


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The new date is ready to go, one click away.



DIGISTOR REWIND Software Restore


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REWIND adds a small application that runs from the archive disk. When you insert the disk you are presented with the option to restore your data.


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The software couldn't be easier to use. Today we archived mixed data types, documents, videos, images, PDF files, everything used in a review or news post dating back to mid June of 2007. I hate to say it, but all of my work in five years took less than 10 minutes to archive. Now if we could just get DIGISTOR to make a software package for writing reviews that fast!


You can also access the data without restoring it all. It's all on the disk and accessible.

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