DIGISTOR REWIND Software Continued
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.
Again, we find our folder.
There is our new review ready to go.
The confirmation screen again.
The new date is ready to go, one click away.
DIGISTOR REWIND Software Restore
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.
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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