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How to Recover Message History, Contacts and Viber Files on Android or Windows
Our article will be useful for Viber users, who ever needed to restore their message or chat history, videos or photos that were send via this messenger, or to restore their chat history after reinstallation of the operating system, or when they begin using this application from another computer. This article will be interesting for those who use Viber on Android and Windows, because we will describe both versions of the popular messenger.
How to Recover WhatsApp Chat History, Contacts and Media Files
In this article, we will have a look at methods for recovering history, contacts, chats and messages as well as sent or received files or images in one of the most popular messengers, WhatsApp.
How To Save or Restore Facebook Messenger Access and Data on Android or PC
Facebook Messenger allows users of the popular social network to stay connected all the time and anywhere, exchange text messages or send files. It is one of the main functions of this social network that all of its users benefit from. Certainly, the message history or the pictures you received from your friends are very important for you.
Eliminating The Problem With Inaccessibility of The Hard Disk
Hard disk is one of the most frequently replaced computer components. This fact is easy to explain as some users do not know how to use it properly. This article will deal with the question «What to do if the computer or laptop cannot recognize the hard disk?»
Creating RAID 0 or RAID 1 Arrays: Operating Speed and Data Protect
In this section you will learn about a very useful technology called RAID (redundant array of independent disks). In spite of this strange word, everything is simple: for example, RAID 1 is meant to protect your data on the dard disk from sudden loss due to a broken-down HDD. You may ask, how is data protected, if the disk itself is out of order? In fact, it is all very simple: two hard disks are installe in a computer, and during its work, one of the disks copies completely the contents of the other disk; if one of them breaks down, all the information is safe and intact on the other disk, because theer are very little chances of two hard disks to break down at the same time.