Hello, my name is Jonathan and I’ve been obsessed with computers and technology since I was twelve when my father showed me his first computer (based on Windows DOS). Every time he worked on his computer, all I was amazed at how he could be so into pressing buttons and staring at the screen with lines of weird words (“codes”).
Later, I figured that out when I took my first computer class in high school. Anyway, that was when I developed interests in everything related to computers and technology stuff. I love playing with new gadgets and trying techniques to help people solve tech problems.
Why I created this site?
I know that general PC and Mac users are often less concerned about data safety, especially when they resell or donate their devices (computer, devices, etc.), they seem not to care about people might steal data from their devices. They are putting their private data at risk. That’s why I created this site, hoping to educate people about the necessity of data wiping before handing over their devices to the new owners.
Another reason why I set up this blog has something to do with my personal experiences helping friends recover data from their computers and digital devices. Often, I find people are used to emptying Recycle Bin or Trash without thinking too much about the files that can be valuable; Other times, they don’t have the habits of data backup — especially for digital camera photos that are critical for their daily lives. That’s how data loss tragedies happen.
This website, Safedata.guide is dedicated to offering proven solutions (both hardware and software) to help those who wanted to recover the accidentally deleted or lost files, provide useful tips and tricks for data backup, and data security in general. If this site does help you out, the best way to SHOW YOUR APPRECIATION is to share the resource with others who may be experiencing the same problem that you had.
If you have any questions regarding this website or for me personally, don’t hesitate to reach out to me (via the Contact page below). Most of the time, I’ll be able to reply to you the same day. If not, I may be traveling around the world and get disconnected from the Internet.