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 ====== Backup ====== ====== Backup ======
  
-Backup may be used to save files and settings in Tiny Core.+Backup may be used to save files and settings in Tinycore.
  
 ==== Time taken to Start Up and Shut Down ==== ==== Time taken to Start Up and Shut Down ====
  
-The more you have in backup, the longer it will take to start up and shut down Tiny Core.+The more you have in backup, the longer it will take to start up and shut down Tinycore.
  
 For quicker start up and shut down, minimize the size of backup, or if installed on a hard drive, don't use backup at all. For quicker start up and shut down, minimize the size of backup, or if installed on a hard drive, don't use backup at all.
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 ==== Safe Backup ==== ==== Safe Backup ====
  
-When shutting down Tiny Core, you may select Safe Backup. This saves the previous backup as mydatabk.tgz, and creates a new backup.+When shutting down Tinycore, you may select Safe Backup. This saves the previous backup as mydatabk.tgz, and creates a new backup.
  
 To save additional backup files, see To save additional backup files, see
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 1. Making extensions for settings. For more information, see [[extension_for_settings|Make Extensions for Settings]]. 1. Making extensions for settings. For more information, see [[extension_for_settings|Make Extensions for Settings]].
  
-2. Saving in /opt. For an example of this, see [[passwd|Tiny Core Passwords]].+2. Saving in /opt. For an example of this, see [[passwd|Tinycore Passwords]].
  
 ==== Exclude Anything Unnecessary from Backup ==== ==== Exclude Anything Unnecessary from Backup ====
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