Backup and recovery

July 2013
Computer Active;Jul2013, Vol. 8 Issue 7, p46
The article focuses on the File History, a new automatic backup system of Windows 8. It states that the file history can be set up using a second internal hard disk, a shared network folder, or an external USB. It says that the two ways to restore important files from File History are through File Explorer and System Restore.


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