If you've ever accidentally saved over a file, or edited a file and saved it but later realized that the earlier version was much better, there's a way to get back to that earlier version. Using Windows 10, I'll show you how to use your browser to get files saved to OneDrive back into action.
- [Voiceover] In this video, I'm going to…demonstrate how to recover previous versions…of a document using OneDrive.…When working with documents, it's inevitable…that some point, you'll need to use…an older version of a certain doc.…Luckily, if you sync your work with OneDrive,…this service will store each version of your document…and make all of them available for download…and restoration when needed.…So notice that I have my OneDrive open here in Windows 10.…And I have a folder here called OneDrive Restore.…
Inside of this, I have a file called OneDrive restore…that actually contains multiple versions…that I can restore to.…So let me demonstrate how to download or restore…each of these versions of this document using OneDrive.…Start by opening up your favorite browser…and go to the OneDrive website.…Go ahead and log in with your credentials.…That will take you to this interface.…Remember that you may have the OneDrive menu…on the left compressed.…If so, just go ahead and open that up and choose Files,…if it's not already open.…
Note: The course maps to the Manage Updates and Recovery domain from the Configuring Windows Devices exam (70-697).
- Configuring system restore points
- Completing a system restore
- Performing a Windows refresh or reset
- Creating a system image
- Working with Windows Recovery Environment
- Configuring File History
- Recording files
- Configuring and managing updates