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Top 10 Linux Backup Utilities

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Bangalore: Linux has emerged as the most obvious alternative to Windows in the recent past. A Unix-like computer operating system is built with open source software as its core and thus, works with Linux kernel as the nucleus.

The first version of Linux was released about two decades ago on 5th of October 1991 by Linus Torvalds, who is currently serving as the project coordinator of Linux.

As Linux is open source software there are hundreds of updates are released each year, regardless of the distribution and developers. Though, Linux is seen as one of the most reliable operating system one cannot deny the possibilities of outages that may hamper its functioning. Thus, it is always advisable to have backups ready at your disposal.

There are numerous options available in the market to allow users have backups for their Linux utilities, here is a list of 10 outstanding backup solutions for Linux, as compiled by techrepublic.com.

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Reader's comments(2)
1: This is a copy of an article written 4 years ago on tech republic - cheat !!!
Posted by:noe likely - 21 May, 2013
2: linux is way better than windows!
Posted by:Kamlesh - 19 Nov, 2012