When things go wrong and you've told Windows 10 to save your files to OneDrive, you're in luck. In this video I'll walk you through the steps to getting back those files.
- [Voiceover] Not everyone knows that OneDrive…has a Recycle Bin folder just like Windows does.…It uses that folder to store the files that…you've deleted on any of your synced devices.…You can then use Recycle Bin to restore…any of your deleted files and recover them as required.…The Recycle Bin is designed to store both…the files you deleted on any of your synchronized devices,…and the files that others have deleted…while you were working collaboratively on those files.…I have a synced device open here,…so let's go ahead and delete a file…and then restore it using the OneDrive Recycle Bin.…
So let's go ahead and go to my OneDrive in Windows 10,…I have a demo folder here, and let's delete doc1.…Again, this device is synced to my OneDrive,…and the big different between the OneDrive Recycle Bin,…and Windows Recycle Bin is the…OneDrive requires a web browser.…So let me demonstrate how to restore this using the browser.…Open you're favorite browser…and go to the OneDrive website and sign in.…
I'm using something called two factor verification,…
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