- OneDrive or Google Drive for backing up DXKeeper logs
Re: OneDrive or Google Drive for backing up DXKeeper logs
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Dave- please explain what that means in plain english
On Wed, Dec 16, 2020 at 6:15 AM Dave / NR1DX <manuals@...
Dropbox is fine as long as you use it with the understanding that it is
a "personal information storing vampire" ( ala Facebook etc)
On 12/16/2020 6:02 AM, neil_zampella wrote:
> I've been using Dropbox for years and have not had a problem.
> Neil, KN3ILZ
> On 12/16/2020 2:42 AM, Mike Dower wrote:
>> I was using OneDrive for backing up some files unrelated to DXKeeper.
>> I had occasion while travelling to do some work on one of those files
>> while not connected to the internet - only to discover that when my
>> laptop reconnected to the internet that OneDrive overwrote my file,
>> thus deleting my work! Microsoft haven't told me yet why that
>> happened, but from experience I'm not exactly expecting an answer.
>> Around the same time I found other issues with accessing files when
>> offline. So I have ditched OneDrive.
>> It might be worthwhile taking this risk into consideration for
>> applications like DXKeeper if there's a possibility of needing to
>> access and modify files when offline.
>> Mike VK2IG
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