Recently, I had one of the worst possible experiences a web programmer could have -- the dreaded "Server Error 500". In my opinion, this is by far the most annoying error when it comes to building a webpage. The reason for this is because it is a generic error given, and can have so many meanings. This can range from not having a file set properly, lack of a default website, to something as simple as wrong permissions. The worst part about this was I didn't even have full access to the Plesk powered Windows server. In the end, I have easily spent four hours trying to fix the problem, but to no avail. It was not until much later that I was given access to a higher level account, and all it took was a few minutes for me to find the solution to the problem. Luckily, I had a backup of the website, and was able to undo some of the changes I have made to it when I was attempting to resolve the issue. While I may look silly for taking so long to fix such an error, everyone overlooks some things. One thing that should never be overlooked is making sure to have backups, and even backups of your backup. Fortunately, today we have a piece of software that does just that. EaseUS a company based in China who is gracious enough to offer us their Todo Backup Workstation 5.0 for our review today. To be honest, I had never heard of them before, but they do make a variety of backup software, and seems to be quite good, too. So let's dig right in to see how this software stacks up, and remember to always have a backup!
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