Discover The Smartest Approach to Keep Your Business File In Your PC

October 11, 2018


Whether you are doing your own business, working for another person, using your computer for personal purpose or whatever it is you are doing with your computer, the smartest approach to keeping your files in your PC is to always have a data protection system. In order not to have data loss of any kind, you should do the following:

1. Always Have A Back Up Of Your File
No matter what you are doing, always have a back up of your files you are working on and the files you have worked up in the past. There are different ways you can back up your files absolutely. One of it is to have a back up in offline mode into a storage device like CD or any storage device you can easily access your file from. Also, you can back up your files online. There are many online back up services you can use to keep your files in case of any emergency.

2. Always Put Off All Of Your Electronic Device When You Will Be Away For A Long Time From Your House
Ensure you do not leave your electronic device switch on whenever you are going on a long journey. The most special case here is that of your PC otherwise you may want to lose all of your data before coming back. There may be a power surge, electrical storm, fire of any kind and if your devices are switched on, then there might be a cause for alarm on your computer data being lost.

3. Be Alarm Conscious
Anytime you hear any strange sound coming from your computer, do not hesitate to put off your computer. This can actually result in computer crash and indeed your precious data lost. I know you may want to ask but if I ever lose my data, what may I do? There is a good news here that you can still recover your data absolutely in any case whatsoever. There are software designed for this purpose but if you do not know how to use them then you will need to see a data recovery specialist.


  • Kadambari chowdhary October 11, 2018 at 6:44 pm

    I had a laparoscopic femoral hernia repaired on Monday. I haven’t touched any pain medication since yesterday. I am so good.

  • Lukeozdigger October 11, 2018 at 6:44 pm

    Had umbilical hernia repair stopped pain killers on 5th day but ended up with pneumonia’ 3 weeks later I started coming good…. everyone is different.

  • Mfb F October 11, 2018 at 6:44 pm

    2 nd day here after surgery. I feel like I’m dying. This pain is killing me. Not to mention that I need help for everything 🙁
    Can’t wait to go back to normal

    Update: I went to the ER to find out all this pain it was from needing to use the bathroom, they gave me few things there, I was fine then I went home.
    Four hours after the same day. The pain came back but this time, it was not only the pain by my belly but I couldn’t breath, my heart was beating faster than usual, kidneys and headache were killing me, I couldn’t feel my legs or toes. I couldn’t even speak. I went back to the ER. I had a X-ray, ultrasound and MRI. They were scared I had blood from the surgery. I stayed at the hospital overnight, they gave me few painkillers and today two weeks after, I’m happy and nothing hurts. Thank God! I prefer to have a baby before I have this surgery again.

  • David Rosser October 11, 2018 at 6:44 pm

    I had umbilical hernia repaired plus gallbladder removed on Monday 18/06/2018. No post op painrelief due to other existing medical conditions. Went home Tuesday morning, no problems. Walked to bar for a steak and Guinness on Wednesday. Thursday went for a 120 mile drive in my MX5 convertible. Friday everything back to normal except avoiding lifting more than 25 lbs. And I am 67 year old male!
    Recovery depends on selecting a skilled surgeon and very much on your own mental approach.

  • Jeff Strange October 11, 2018 at 6:44 pm

    Got that right…..I'm on Day 4 and it's a killer ! I notice as each day passes when I wake up, I feel stronger until the evening and then I'm dosing on Advil until bed time.

  • Amy Syversen October 11, 2018 at 6:44 pm

    I'm at 10 months post op ventral surgery for a small hernia due to an incision for bowel resection. I still have burning, pulling, heaviness and it can make me short of breath. It's a long process to heal. I was told by my Hopkins surgeon it isn't uncommon to feel this way for a year or more after this type of repair. It's a blast! I'm paranoid I have a recurrence because I can feel a bulge when I stand and cough or sneeze in the same area, but if I do a sit up laying on my back my stomach feels very firm to the touch so it is most likely just a bulge and not a recurrence. The mesh is supposed to allow less tension and is able to stretch a bit, so a minor bulge can be normal after repair, but nonetheless makes me paranoid and my surgeon is probably tired of my visiting so often. She reassures me it just takes time 🙁

  • Bill Wells October 11, 2018 at 6:44 pm

    Had surgery at Bryn Mawr Hospital two weeks this Thursday. I had little pain after operation and needed no meds. Operated on at 9:30 walked out to parking lot well over a hundred yards at 2 p.m. with no problem.
    Some discomfort. They gave me a percocet as I walked. Out.

    Had coughing and sneezing that caused little discomfort in the lower abdomen .
    I iced down for two days the first nite with a huge water chest ice pack, Had no swelling.

    Having the best docs has to be part of it. Was in the fifth day back to my normal schedule. Told to rest a lot first 4 days.

    Only problem is with fatigue. Doc said that would continue for 4 weeks and get better every day.
    Saw doc on l0th day. Doc said things looked great. No heavy lifting till after 4th week. At this point can do lite weights, exercise, bike riding and stop if it starts to pain.

    I guess I have been lucky. Ate raisin bran every day that helps with the flow of things. Had no constipation
    and not problem going to bathroom. At lite for 4 days but a couple chicken cutlets.

    Orderly told me to expect some belching and gas from the air trapped inside my stomach. Did not have laproscopic. Wasn't the largest hernia but by the time of the op it was one inch wide and one inch high
    which had doubled in size in two weeks when the surgery was planned.

    I just want the fatigue to go away, but have been active walking almost 3 miles every day after the fourth day.

    Had no bloating whatsoever so maybe the huge ice pack helped that. In fact, my stomach was immediately smaller after the surgery and lost two pounds right after getting home.

  • Crazy C October 11, 2018 at 6:44 pm

    I just had this Surgery 6 days ago on my right inguinal area. Its really not to bad. I've been able to walk good since waking up from anesthesia minus the fact that I have a retroverted femur. This was my 6th different surgery in less than 3 years. Is it painful yes but not to bad but maybe that's cause I'm used to pain. For it being someone's 1st surgery I could see where it may be Excrutiating to them

  • Sean Vandeman October 11, 2018 at 6:44 pm

    What I'm still having some pain even off and on, nearly two Years later ? 🙁

  • Mike kannenberg October 11, 2018 at 6:44 pm

    I had herina surgery on December 6th I was wondering how long does it take to get back to normal sleeping I'm more awake at night because I fall asleep during the day

  • Douglas Lawler October 11, 2018 at 6:44 pm

    I had umbilical hernia surgery at northwestern university medical center and one week later it's like I never had surgery at all and I feel great

  • Darin- USMC B- 85-93 October 11, 2018 at 6:44 pm

    I would generally recommend Mayo, for this type of hernia surgery, as I've had other types surgery there performed satisfactory.
    But due to a large surgical incision from an emergency exploratory surgery from gunshot wound, I later developed a incisional hernia that had grown larger over years as the muscle tore through physical activities, but also due to the large incision I had other area of concern, both above & below the more noticeable hernia, and I asked the doctor to address these problematical area at the same time.
    He did not!
    And only address a small portion of the much larger hernia area, within a year the other areas became larger & his initial hernia repairs began to fail as well, I lived with this for many years, to finally have it addressed again this year, where the surgeon found several hernias in addition to the larger ones I felt around my navel, he was able to utilize the old scar, and initially I was optimistic, he used a large amount of mesh, but my body began to reject the mesh & ive developed chronic seromas, multiple drains & aspirations to address this , only to have it return , had a 2nd surgery this year to remove a large encapsulated seroma, and it of course returned within a couple weeks, pain , swelling , inability to work fully, very difficult to find another quality surgeon, and I don't trust Mayo anymore,
    They are not the hospital, that they used to be… I've used them many times for other complications in the past, but they are too high on their costs, and providing less than satisfactory results,
    I've found another specialist surgeon out of state, but it will be months before he can operate, and I'm concerned if he can truly repair all the internal damage.
    I wonder if the surgeon at Mayo had done a good job, & performed the surgery as I had requested several years ago, I wouldn't be dealing with these disastrous results today!

  • DJBird33 October 11, 2018 at 6:44 pm

    7 weeks on and I'm still in pain. Its never ending.

  • Asia Bennett October 11, 2018 at 6:44 pm

    I had my surgery done on the 7th of this month and the pain is almost unbearable, I've been trying to take ibuprofen and it still doesn't cut it. I have 4 incisions 3 on the left side and one above my navel and they all hurt, I feel miserable how long have you guys waited until you went back to your doctor I have an appt scheduled the 19th but I don't know if I can make it… any pointers on relieving the pain without taking narcotics?

  • Andrew Kahn October 11, 2018 at 6:44 pm

    my hernia hurts like hell have not had surgery yet

  • mwj5368 October 11, 2018 at 6:44 pm

    My general doctor said umbilical hernia surgery is simple, "surgery 101" and going to Mayo Clinic instead makes no difference. I still wonder. Would going to Mayo Clinic for my surgery be better than having a doctor in "general surgery" connected to my local clinic? I'm having a hard time finding an answer to that question after a lot of internet searching. Any input would be greatly appreciated.

  • James Gibson October 11, 2018 at 6:44 pm

    ha I couldn't even walk 3 weeks after this mesh surgery and now 1 yr later I can barely drive to the gas station and back home without being in such pain I have to lay down the rest of the day, don't ever get surgery that the doctors use mesh

  • John Olson October 11, 2018 at 6:44 pm

    update…. the second week has been more difficult and I did experience some severe pain on the fourth day. the gas they used for the surgery came up into my chest and put pressure on my diaphram making it feel like a heart attack so I took the anti nausea medicine and that pain stopped then pain went into my stomach that felt like having been shot with a shotgun. I've been more tired this last week and not able to do nearly as much without getting really tired, have had some pain but it's subsiding little but little, I've had a lot of itching where they stiched or stapled the incisions back. I want to get back to being able to do a lot. hopefully this next week will be better.

  • John Olson October 11, 2018 at 6:44 pm

    WOW. It apparently effects people differently and I think it might have to do with your level of physical activity. I had it done a few days ago and that day I was walking around the Halls in the hospital and it's only three days after and I've been driving and shopping and meeting people and hugged my family and friends and now my stomach is still hurting sometimes but I'm only taking 1 percoset every 6 to 8 hours and I was consisted for almost three days but that's returning to normal now. I do extreme work lifting 100 pounds or more, climbing ladders etc. so I have to stay away from work for 6 weeks but that's with 70% pay too so it's like a paid vacation. I think when you work hard and push your body every day that you recover more quickly than if you have a sales or office job. I won't be picking up anything heavy so that I don't injure myself but I'm getting around very well and was on the day of the surgery and. better the next day and so on. I am experiencing a little tiredness and my core temperature is slightly higher because of the healing process and that's it as far as I know. follow up appointment next week and have to wait until I'm cleared to go back to work. good luck with the surgery everyone. it's scary as crap when you're on the table and they tell you they have to put you on life support for the procedure and the anesthesia they give you is the closest to actually being dead I've ever been but it went well and only takes about 2 to 4 hours for them to do and it was only a few hours until I could walk and do normal things but I do a lot of physical work which involves, cardio, strength exercises and endurance exercises. all in a day's work LOL!

  • kerry Sig October 11, 2018 at 6:44 pm

    I had this surgery 6 days ago and while it is very painful, I'm able to manage at about a 3 pain level most of the time and am planing to return to work in three more days. My incision is about an inch above my belly button which is pierced but I had removed and not replaced the piercing. My problem is that the majority of the pain is around the pierced area. I'm concerned that the scar tissue from the piercing is rubbing up against the mesh. It is very hard and sore when I bend or touch the area. And suggestions would be appreciated.

  • Sandra Aadland October 11, 2018 at 6:44 pm

    I have had major problems since 8.3 cm hernia repair after infection. Surgeon told me I could go home and do anything I want.  To this day, pain is excruciating; life is miserable.

  • WidowRose October 11, 2018 at 6:44 pm

    I recently had hernia repair surgery with mesh. In fact, a CT Scan revealed multiple abdominal, incisional hernias. In 2012, I had radical abdominal hysterectomy with a 14" incision. It was in and around this incision that the hernias had formed. They have all been repaired with mesh, and I am still in a bit of pain. Bending, lying on my side, getting out of bed, sneezing, coughing, all if these things are hampered by the pain. My surgeon explained that the pain will diminish as the mesh is absorbed by my body. I'm trying to be patient, but Tramadol with ibuprofen is still necessary even now, almost a month later.

  • FRISCO FAUST October 11, 2018 at 6:44 pm

    yeah, tell me about it. i thought i would be able to work 4 days later, on light duty, but i could not EVEN walk for those first four days, i couldn't stand up straight. Ten days later i still felt pain. now fourteen days in. i'm still hurting.

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