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OZI PC BACKUP - Free PC Backup Software

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OZI PC Backup

OZI PC Backup software is designed to help you backup your PC quickly, easily and simply. It's so easy it doesn't even need a mouse. Look mum no mouse!

OZI PC Backup software will allow you to backup only what you want to backup.

OZI PC Backup software will backup the windows default storage folders such as Documents, Pictures, Music, Videos, Downloads, Desktop as well as Emails and contacts, Browser Bookmarks and even Dropbox.

OZI PC Backup software will backup to any external usb hard drive or usb flash/memory stick or any internal hard drive letter other than the C:\ drive.

OZI PC Backup software does not encrypt your backup so you can easily restore files from a backup folder by just using copy and paste.

OZI PC Backup software requires no installation - just download OZI PC Backup.exe then copy and paste it to your desktop.

OZI PC Backup software is compatible with Windows 10 64 bit, Windows 7 64bit
OZI PC Backup is free for non commercial use.

Software available on this website are provided “as is” without warranty of any kind, either expressed or implied and such software is to be used at your own risk.
OZI PC Backup contains no malware, adware or spyware.

You agree not to, and you will not permit others to,

license, sell, rent, lease, assign, distribute, transmit, host, outsource, disclose or otherwise commercially exploit the Product Software or make the Product Software available to any third party,

Download instructions:

Click on the download link: Download OZI PC Backup

Once downloaded to your downloads folder you can copy and paste the OZI PC Backup.exe to your desktop.

OZI PC Backup.exe must be run as administrator.

Just right click on the OZI PC Backup.exe icon

Select Compatibility tab, then tick - Run this program as an administrator - click OK

OZI PC Backup.exe is now ready to use.

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Why it’s not a good idea to leave your backup drive plugged in 24/7.

Doing so will ware down the hard drive and power supply over time.
I have often come across customers with external hard drives always running even if not being used - you can hear a clicking noise but the customer is unaware the hard drive is going to fail soon or has allready failed.

Your hard drive life span is is about 5- 10 years - the more you use it the more ware and tear. The electric motor will eventually fail, the internal electronics will eventually fail or you will develop serious disk surface errors which will make your data unreadable.

Power surges and power outage can cause serious damage to the internal electronics

Ransomware/malware will not only infect your computer but also any connected external  usb external hard drive or memory stick - meaning you will loose everything permanantly.

Many people purchase an external usb hard drive, connect it to their computer and mistakenly think the computer will backup all their files automatically.
Unfortunately the computer will NOT backup anything unless you have initiated some backup software or you manually backup your files by copying and pasting your files to the backup drive.

If you are not using any backup software and are unable to manually copy/backup your files then NOTHING will be backed up.

You backup drive is your insurance policy for you data.
Only plug in your backup hard drive when you need to use it.
When your finished using your backup drive , unplug it from the computer and unplug the external power supply adaptor if it uses one. Put it in a safe place until needed again.

Remember the external hard drive can last 5-10 years but also can fail within months - nothing is for certain. I've had a external usb hard drive fail on me after only being used once.

I recommend having two external usb backup drives so you have a backup of a backup.

Care of hard drives

Don't drop your external hard drive or throw it on your desk. It’s a sensitive fragile device.

Don't place the hard drive on a speaker - the  speaker contains a magnet which can interfere or damage a hard drive.

Don't disconnect the usb cable or power cable while the drive is in use.

Listen carefully to the noise the hard drive makes - if you hear a metallic ticking noise it means your hard drive has a serious problem.
If still working - backup the contents of faulty hard drive to another usb hard drive as soon as possible.

Plug in hard drive - wait a moment for the power light to show/flicker then carefully pickup your hard drive - if you don't feel the vibration of the motor or feel a force against your hand when tilting it - then the hard drive motor may be dead.

If your hard drive is very slow to startup and very slow to open/read files or very slow when copying files to it - this could indicate the hard drives performance has diminished and will only get worse over time. You should backup the contents to another new usb hard drive.









SCAM Registry Australia2

SCAM Registry Australia2



If you have a question please email me at:


The following  is a copy of a real scam email:

It will appear to come from your own email address addressed to you.

Do not respond to it or action any links it may be asking you to click.

Flag it as spam and delete it.

From: <you@your email address.com.au>

Subject: Your Name

Date: 9 March 2019 8:53:10 PM AEDT

To: you@your email address.com.au

> 1 Attachment, 191 KB

Hi this account is now infected!  It will be good idea to change the pswd immediately!

You may not know anything about me and you really are certainly interested why you are getting this

particular message, right‘?

I'm ahacker who exploited your email and OS a few months ago.

Do not try to contact me or alternatively ӿnd me, it is definitely hopeless, since I forwarded you this

message from YOUR account that I've hacked.

I have set up malware software on the adult vids (pom) website and guess you have spent time on this

website to have a good time (you understand what I want to say).

During you have been taking a look at these "great" vids, your browser began functioning as a RDP

(Remote Control) with a keylogger that granted me authority to access your display and network


Aӿer that, my software program gathered all info.

You entered passwords on the sites you visited, I already caught all of them.

Needless to say, you are able change each ofthen1_ or have already changed them.

Even so it does not matter, my app renews information every time.

And what I have done?

I compiled a backup of every your device. Of all the ӿles and contacts.

I have managed to create dual-screen video recording. The 1st screen demonstrates the video you had

been observing (you have got a very good preferences, huh...), the second part presents the tape from

your own camera

What actually must you do?

Well I think  1000 USD will be a inexpensive price for this little secret. You will do the payment by

bitcoins (if you do not understand try to ӿnd “how to purchase bitcoin” in any search engine).

My bitcoin wallet address:


(It is cAsE sensitive, so just copy and paste it).


You have 2 days to make the payment. (I built in an exclusive pixel in this letter, and right now I know

that you have read through this email).

To monitorthe reading of a messageand the actions within it, I usea Facebook pixel. Thanks to them.

(Anything thatis usedfor the authorities may also helpus.)

If I do not get bitcoins, I shall undoubtedly give your video to each of your contacts, including relatives,

co-workers, and many more‘?

You may receive a paper letter in your letterbox from Registry Australia (www.registry.com.au)

This company is using freely and legally available information from the ASIC website to access your business name, owners name, address, ABN number and renewal date. Yes all this is freely available to anyone who wants it and scammers now it. They then send renewal letters out to unwary businesses. The letter looks good and if you don’t scrutinize it, you may get the impression this company is working with ASIC and end up paying a much higher price for your business renewal.

The wording on the top of the letter says  Registry Australia is an ASIC Registered Agent providing business name registration services.

We are an ASIC Registered Agent.

Even though what they are doing is legal - Only a person of low morality  would use  ASIC’s business information this way to make money.

Do not respond to the letter or pay any money.

Report them to ACCC, ASIC and scam watch.




You should only renew your business name through the official ASIC website : www.asic.gov.au



Please note: If you have purchased a Nitecore D4 battery charger on overseas internet websites such as dhgate.com or aliexpress.com -there is a high probability they are counterfeit.
They pose a serious electrical hazard as they have not been manufactured to Australian standards/specification.
Please see link below for full description on what to look for:
Fake Nitecore D4 info

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