Reader Jean-Pierre was understandably concerned:That's the lead item in my new weekly column for the Windows Secrets newsletter.
"Hi Fred, I have done a complete image backup as you explained [in the May 12 Top Story, 'Build a complete Windows 7 safety net']. However, when I went to where the image was saved and clicked Properties, it showed the size was 0 bytes. Is it right? Or did I do something wrong?"
It's alarming, but also normal; your Windows backups are there — just hidden. Here's how to see them.
The complete issue:
Free content posted on June 02, 2011:
|TOP STORY |
By Woody Leonhard
Re-examining Dropbox and its alternatives
Setting up Dropbox from a privacy point of view
Dropbox privacy called into question
What should — or can — you do about it?
By Kathleen Atkins
Young hacker thwarts Parental Controls — how?
WACKY WEB WEEK
By Revia Romberg
Guest lizard doesn't lounge on show
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