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The three other online backup services that made my cut based on price and must-have features are all reasonably good but lacking in one or more ways that CrashPlan and Backblaze are not. I wanted to like IDrive Online Backup because its specifications looked great, but every feature seemed to come with an asterisk-some little exception or qualification. IDrive charges about the same 60 as CrashPlan (with discounts available for your first year as a subscriber), but for only 1 TB of backup space plus another 1 TB of space for syncing files ( la Dropbox), rather than unlimited storage.
IDrive can back up locally, but only to special IDrive Wi-Fi NAS devices (which cost 100 and up), not to conventional external drives. IDrive's main window, as it appears right after installation, shows the folders that it will back up by default-basically all your main data folders (such as Documents and Pictures) within your home folder.