CLONEZILLA: A Pictorial Tutorial

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Not backing up your SSD or Hard Drive can become a nightmare. Since beginning to learn the GNU/Linux Operating System, the author has come to view Clonezilla as the most reliable and practical solution to backing up data on the modern PC. While not difficult, using it is a systematic process. Below are self-explanatory images processed in GIMP I hope prove helpful to those needing a reliable backup alternative.

Giving the User credit for some basic skills and ability to figure things out, the remainder of the Clonezilla backup process following what is depicted in images is the responsibility of the user and consists of nothing more than inputting yes or no and/or hitting <Tab> and <Enter>.

Have fun!
 

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