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Best practices for SpiderOak users when moving to a new device, for example when changing hardware or the operating system. Advertisements
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 Help Center article Excluding Certain Files 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.