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Best practices for SpiderOak users when moving to a new device, for example when changing hardware or the operating system.
How I tamed my photo collection.
Random gotchas I’ve encountered while synchronizing data across different platforms.
To learn how exclusions work on SpiderOakONE, see the official FAQ How can I exclude certain files or folders from backup?
SpiderOak makes synchronizing directories easy, but synchronizing an individual file takes a little work.
The online backup service SpiderOak can optionally be used to create online photo galleries. Previous versions of it had problems generating image thumbnails; here’s how I dealt with it.
SpiderOak provides online backup, synchronization, sharing, and storage. The first two GB of online storage is free; paying customers get more. It’s my choice for backup.