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Some com- puter operating systems Backing-up imag- es onto a CD is one method of preserving digital photos. are equipped with built- in software that helps catalog images according to projects. Otherwise, create your own series of folders for organi- zation. Secondary backup: Computers are dura- ble pieces of machin- ery, but thanks to viruses and corrupt files, there is always the possibility that one day you may turn on your computer, only to discover that it is not working. Also, if the machine is stolen, your photos will go with it. external hard drive -- Backup to DVDs, CDs or although rare --can also portable memory drives fail. is another method of * Final backup: After safeguarding the images, you have backed up But even these devices images, you may want aren't perfect. CDs can to use an online storage become scratched or site to keep the imag- corrupted during the es stored remotely for saving process. They added protection. 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