Time
8 hours 33 minutes
Difficulty
Beginner
CEU/CPE
9

Video Transcription

00:05
one of the best practices for maintenance of a window system is to create a backup image in the event a system restore is needed.
00:12
This demonstration will review how to create a backup and restore on a Windows 10 system
00:18
To create a backup of specific folders and files, select the start button,
00:23
navigate to settings
00:28
and click on Update and Security.
00:30
Select backup from the list of options
00:34
and click on Go to backup in Restore Window seven.
00:39
If not already completed, select set up back up
00:44
in the setup backup window. Choose the drive to save the backup, too.
00:49
It is recommended to save backups to an external storage device.
00:53
Click next
00:57
and choose either to let Windows choose or let me choose what files to back up and click next
01:03
click on chain schedule if a different time is desired to run the backup, the default is every Sunday at 7 p.m.
01:11
Select safe settings and exit to complete the process. To restore files from a current backup or image, select the start button, navigate the settings
01:19
and click on Update and Security.
01:23
Select backup from the list of options on the left
01:26
and then click on Goto Backup and restore Windows seven located on the right.
01:30
The backup in Restore Windows seven window will pop up
01:34
under the restore section. Select. Select another backup to restore files from
01:40
in the restore files. Advanced window. Select the backup to refer to and then select. Next,
01:47
choose which files to restore or choose. Select all files from this backup and click Next.
01:53
Choose either to store the restore files to a new location or in the original location and click Restore to finish.
02:00
Sometimes updates or new applications can cause issues after installation. And reverting back to a working state could be helpful in the troubleshooting process.
02:10
A restore point can also be useful when needing to go back to an earlier point in time
02:15
to create a restore point prior to making changes.
02:19
Search for creative restore point and select the option that closely matches your search results.
02:23
Dr. Protection must be on to create a restore point
02:27
turn on protection if it is currently off. By selecting configure,
02:30
select turn on system protection and adjust the max usage.
02:35
Select okay to apply the settings and close the window.
02:38
Click on create and provide a useful name, such as the date or description of the change you're making and click create to complete the restore point
02:47
to reverted system back to restore point,
02:51
select system, restore and choose a restore point to revert back to
02:54
so like next and confirmed the restore event and click finish to complete the process.
03:00
A Windows prompt will appear, requiring the user to select either yes or no to acknowledge the changes prior to beginning.
03:07
So what? Yes, to begin the restore point process.
03:13
To create a full backup image, select the start button and navigate to settings.
03:20
Click on updating security and select backup
03:25
on the right. Click on the plus symbol toe. Add a drive to store the backup, too.
03:30
Again, it is recommended to save backups to an external storage device such as a hard drive or USB.
03:37
Select the backup location and then more options on the right.
03:44
Confirmed the backup settings
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and select backup. Now to begin

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