I love to play PC games and so does my wife and family. I also really love my Wii and PSP and Xbox 360 too, but PC games have been with me much longer, and when I travel I rarely bring a gaming console with me but always bring my laptop and several PC games to play in my spare time. This is particularly great when traveling, for example, on planes, trains, and even in automobiles if someone else is driving of course.
One of the possible problems however, other than your laptop getting stolen (it happens a lot), is of your games getting damaged. There are plenty of ways this can happen, for example the media getting trampled or scraped and scratched or even lost or stolen. For this reason, I also copy my PC games and make a backup, “just in case.” This is sometimes called burning as you typically burn them to a backup disk.
Clearly this is essential with children, even responsible ones, that play games, but even with adults and teenagers, problems do occur eventually and some games are unplayable, unless you created a safety backup copy.
So how to back them up? There are plenty of techniques, and some work better than others, First of all, game manufacturers try to make it hard because they are concerned with piracy, but that impacts law abiding folks like us as well.
There is inexpensive and easy to use software available. My favorite, because it’s so simple yet powerful, is CopyThatGame.
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