Having one hard disk is asking for trouble, especially if you are not backing up your data. Having two hard disks on your PC with your main hard disk continuously backing up to the second hard disk gives you fast and automatic data protection.
Cnet writes that PC makers are starting to provide an alternative to the do-it-yourself approach. While all the major computer makers let customers add a second, third or even fourth hard drive, some PC manufacturers are installing dual hard-disk drives in their basic computers so consumers don’t have to fiddle with external devices.
“The benefit of a dual-hard-drive solution is unquestionably based on the backup applications beyond the need for more space,” said Toni Duboise, an analyst with the research firm Current Analysis.
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