How to Backup Windows Data to QNAP NAS Drive
Backup to QNAP NAS Drive
It's amazing for personal users, small businesses, or large enterprises to own a QNAP NAS Drive. Comparing with the 'real' physical external hard drive, QNAP's Network Attached Storage (NAS) showcases some obvious advantages when choosing it as a backup drive. QNAP NAS are systems that consist of one or more hard drives that are constantly connected to the internet, which are all available for users to backup Windows data such as system, documents, working sheets, game data, and media files like photos, videos, and music. Most of all, rather than taking it everywhere, it is placed at home and always accessible at any time and anywhere.
To back up to the QNAP NAS drive from Windows, there are many ways can make it happen. But here, we recommend you EaseUS Todo Backup and offer a complete tutorial for QNAP NAS drive users who want to backup Windows data to QNAP NAS drive daily or nightly without interruption.
How to Backup Windows System & Data to QNAP NAS Drive Using EaseUS Todo Backup
It's an effective and complete NAS backup software that provides multiple backup options to QNAP and instant disaster recovery. Download and install it on your Windows machine, and make it detect the QNAP NAS drive.
Step 1. Launch EaseUS Todo Backup. Choose one backup option as you want among "Disk/Partition", "File", "System" and more.
Step 2. Choose the specific content you want to back up. In the "Destination" area, click "Browse..." to choose the backup location.
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- EaseUS Todo Backup now supports users to back up files to the cloud. All you need to do is sign up with an EaseUS account, then you could enjoy a large cloud storage space. More advantages of backing up to the cloud include accessing backup files anytime and anywhere, saving file copies offsite, so you don't need to worry about virus attacks or computer failures, and easier and faster backup and recovery operations.
Step 3. On the new pop-out window, you will see "NAS Device" on the list. Choose this option and add your NAS device.
Input your NAS IP/name and enter your credentials to connect to NAS. Click "OK".
Step 4. Click "Proceed".
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