How can I take a backup of the entire account from cPanel and save it in my machine?

Please follow the steps below  to take a backup of the entire account from cPanel and save it in my machine:
  1. Login to your cpanel.
  2. Click on "backups" under the "Files" section of your cPanel.
  3. Click on "Download and generate full backup" button. Specify the location as public_html so that you can download the backup easily by accessing http://domain.com/backup.tar.gz in your browser.
  4. The backup of the entire account will be copied to the public_html directory of the account. Now provide 777 permissions to that backup file and access http://domain.com/backup.tar.gz in your browser so that it will be downloaded to your machine.
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