Things go wrong. Sometimes you accidentally delete a file or save a new version when you shouldn't have. In this movie, I'll show you how to recover your files when they do in Windows 10.
- [Voiceover] The Windows 10 file history feature…automatically and will regularly back up…versions of your files in the following locations.…In the documents folder, the music folder, pictures folder,…videos folder, all your desktop folders,…OneDrive files available offline on your PC,…and any other folders when file history was configured.…You can also configure file history…to exclude folders to back up.…Which I demonstrated in the previous video.…
Over time, you will then have a complete history…of your files if the originals…are ever lost, damaged, or deleted.…File history can easily and quickly restore them.…By the way, you can also browse and restore…different versions of your files.…For example, if you wanna restore…an older version of a file,…even if it was never deleted or lost,…you can browse through a timeline,…select the version you want, and restore it.…In this video, I'll demonstrate how to use the Windows 10…file history to do all of this and more.…
Start by opening up the settings app.…Choose update and security tile.…
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