It’s a common myth that you have to take a backup copy of your data on a different hard drive. This is only true if you have a backup drive.
This is a myth. If you take a backup copy of your data on a new drive, you can’t restore it.
This is a myth. You can restore your backup to a drive you have the original data on. The only other backup you should have is in another computer.
Transfer Thunderbird to a new computer is a quick and easy way to get your most important files onto a new hard drive. It’s the most secure way to backup your files because it means you can go to the same location and have both your files and your data in the same place.
Once you’ve transferred the files over, you’ll need to reinstall them on your target computer. This is because Thunderbird is a Windows application, so you’ll need to add the files to your Start menu. Do this by going to the Start Menu and then “computer”. Click the “add files” button next to your Thunderbird folder and you’ll be presented with a list of files.
You know what you’re doing? You’re working on a new computer. Click it and it will take you to the next page. Click it again and it’ll take you to the next page. Click it again and it’ll take you to the next page. Click it again and it’ll take you to the next page. Click it again and it’ll take you to the next page.
The file transfer is a one-time deal, so make sure you back up data somewhere before you do it.
You don’t really need to back up your data to a secure location. I would just suggest that you use your computer’s backup program to create a copy of the files and transfer them onto your new computer before you start working on them. This way you can just start working on them and then transfer them back.