15 Ways To Backup Gmail

There are many reasons to keep a backup of Gmail, especially if it’s your only email address. This article presents several diverse ways to back up your Gmail.

Keeping Gmail safely backed up is a good practice for several reasons. Lost or forgotten passwords, losing access to your account, or Gmail becoming inaccessible for some reason. If Gmail is your only email account or there’s anything that’s important to you or mission critical, backing up your Gmail is crucial.

This article has 15 ways to backup your Gmail, falling into these categories: forwarding, cloud backup, download and archive, and one time snapshots.
One time snapshots archive Gmail as it is when you back it up, for example using Google Takeout . A few are paid options, the rest are free.

– On the fly forwarding forwards or processes every message that comes into Gmail.
– Cloud backup: the main issue here is that you need access to the internet to get to your mail, there’s no local copy.
– Download and archive includes using a local email client like Thunderbird and using programs like Mailstore Home.

There are enough solutions in the article that you can find one that appeals to you. Note that backing up Gmail isn’t the same as backing up G Suite. G Suite has other options.  Read More

15 Ways To Backup Gmail

There are many reasons to keep a backup of Gmail, especially if it’s your only email address. This article presents several diverse ways to back up your Gmail.

Keeping Gmail safely backed up is a good practice for several reasons. Lost or forgotten passwords, losing access to your account, or Gmail becoming inaccessible for some reason. If Gmail is your only email account or there’s anything that’s important to you or mission critical, backing up your Gmail is crucial.

This article has 15 ways to backup your Gmail, falling into these categories: forwarding, cloud backup, download and archive, and one time snapshots.
One time snapshots archive Gmail as it is when you back it up, for example using Google Takeout . A few are paid options, the rest are free.

– On the fly forwarding forwards or processes every message that comes into Gmail.
– Cloud backup: the main issue here is that you need access to the internet to get to your mail, there’s no local copy.
– Download and archive includes using a local email client like Thunderbird and using programs like Mailstore Home.

There are enough solutions in the article that you can find one that appeals to you. Note that backing up Gmail isn’t the same as backing up G Suite. G Suite has other options.  Read More

How To Stop “Unsupported Hardware” Message In Windows 7 and 8.1

Microsoft has started blocking newer processors on devices that run Windows 7 and 8.1. Here’s how to bypass the “Unsupported Hardware” message.

Microsoft blocks newer processors by AMD, Intel and Qualcomm on machines that run Windows 7 and 8.1. Windows Update is also blocked on machines using unsupported processors. If you get the message “Unsupported Hardware Your PC uses a processor that isn’t supported on this version of Windows” here’s how to remove it and enable Windows Update.

Windows 7 and 8.1 will install on machines that have newer processors but you’ll get a message saying that the system is running unsupported hardware and Windows Update is disabled.

WuFuc is a small program that disables the “Unsupported Hardware” message and enables Windows Update on PCs with unsupported processors. You can read more details at Ghacks .

Wufuc has 32-bit and 64-bit versions. Download and install the version for your system (how to tell if you a have 32 or bit processor ). Wufuc runs on Windows 7 and 8.1 and is malware free according to Virus Total.  Read More

How To Stop “Unsupported Hardware” Message In Windows 7 and 8.1

Microsoft has started blocking newer processors on devices that run Windows 7 and 8.1. Here’s how to bypass the “Unsupported Hardware” message.

Microsoft blocks newer processors by AMD, Intel and Qualcomm on machines that run Windows 7 and 8.1. Windows Update is also blocked on machines using unsupported processors. If you get the message “Unsupported Hardware Your PC uses a processor that isn’t supported on this version of Windows” here’s how to remove it and enable Windows Update.

Windows 7 and 8.1 will install on machines that have newer processors but you’ll get a message saying that the system is running unsupported hardware and Windows Update is disabled.

WuFuc is a small program that disables the “Unsupported Hardware” message and enables Windows Update on PCs with unsupported processors. You can read more details at Ghacks .

Wufuc has 32-bit and 64-bit versions. Download and install the version for your system (how to tell if you a have 32 or bit processor ). Wufuc runs on Windows 7 and 8.1 and is malware free according to Virus Total.  Read More