Full Backup Strategy
When doing a full backup, everything is literally fully backed up. The entire drive will be recoverable in one restore cycle in the event of a failure. When each file has been backed up successfully, the archive bit is cleared.
This strategy is the slowest to complete, but the most reliable. Restoring from a full backup is faster than any other strategy, as the data is read from the backup media and restored immediately.
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