After investing so much money for the chance to own the hottest, new-release computer games (one such is "Age of Empires", manufactured by Microsoft), who would want to entertain the thought of those games than being destroyed at the careless hands of tiny children, or even being stolen by the very people we entertain in our homes at social gatherings?
However uncomfortable these thoughts are, one must put the loss of such invaluable assets like PC games into the perspective of the harsh economic times we are now faced with. No one can afford to invest in an expensive game like this, only to have to consider replacing it soon after.
With computers and Internet now available in virtually all corners of the world, there has never been an easier time to access the relevant technology to copy PC games. All laptops and computers are now manufactured with copying capabilities, so any person is able to copy PC games hassle-free and without even having to leave the home or office.
In order to copy these discs, one has to find special software that can decode the encryption that is embedded in most CD / DVD-ROM games. The embedded encryption is intended to protect the games from illegal duplication. The back-up software can be sourced online from the comfort of home, or office. Many websites offer great discounts and free trial periods to persons scouting around for good bargains.
If a person is willing to pay a reasonable price to access the back-up software, and also has no time to search for bargains, the Easy Back-up Wizard is a great find and can be had for a 1-time payment of about $ 30.00US.
The Easy Back-up Wizard is compatible with many CD / DVD-ROM based games. The speed at which the software will download is about 45 minutes, or less.
Once the software has been sourced and loaded on to the computer, the following actions are needed to complete the back-up process:
1. Insert the PC game and allow it time to be processed by the installed copy software.
2. Remove the game and insert all the blank discs you would like the PC game to be stored on. Follow closely the manufacturer's instructions.
3. The process is deemed complete once the copy discs play back the game without any problems.
Creating copies of PC game original discs will enable owners of these games to have ease of mind. Now the originals can be carefully stored away eliminating the risk of theft and damage. The game would still be accessible from the copy disc, which costs much less if destroyed, but would still deliver the same quality effects of the original game.