File History was first introduced in Windows 8, and has been improved in Windows 10.
You can use File History to automatically back up versions of your files on a schedule to a location you select to save to. You can select to save backups to an internal hard drive, externally connected drive (ex: USB drive), or you can save to a drive on a network. You can add, remove, and exclude folders to be backed up by File History.
Over time, you’ll have a complete history of your files. If the originals are lost, damaged, or deleted, you can restore them. You can also browse and restore different versions of your files.
This tutorial will show you how to turn on or off using File History to back up your files for your account in Windows 10.
The layout of your Start menu includes how you resized the Start menu or full screen Start, pinned items, how the tiles of pinned items are sized, arranged into groups, and the group names.
This tutorial will show you how to back up and restore the Start menu layout of any user account on your Windows 10 PC.
The layout of your Start screen and Start menu includes how the tiles of pinned items are sized, arranged into groups, and the group names.
This tutorial will show you how to back up and restore your Start screen and Start menu layout in Windows 10.
The advanced appearance settings is part of each user account’s own personalization settings, such asÂ changing the size, color, and fonts used for items in Windows.
This tutorial will show you how to back up your advanced appearance settings to be able to restore or apply to any user account in Vista, Windows 7, and Windows 8.
While Windows 8 and 8.1 doesn’t include advanced appearance settings anymore, you could back up your settings in Windows 7, then restore and apply them to a user account in Windows 8.