Data Backup in Windows® 7
With Windows 7 you create copies of data files and system image which includes system settings, programs and files with Windows Backup. You can also choose custom location in Windows 7 for data backup. Moreover, you can check for this option under System and Security in your Control Panel and can access it through Action Center.
Some vital functionality was missing in Windows Vista which Microsoft has tried to cover up for in Windows 7. Windows 7 has build on the new features in Windows Vista Backup. Windows 7 provides you with in-built tool to back up your data. Microsoft has introduced consolidated Backup and restore Center in Windows Vista but Windows 7 has in-built backup center. Its in-built "Shadow Copy" feature restores the previous versions of files and folders and makes repetitious backups when required, if certain part of the file has been changed then it only transfer that part and copy it over.
Backup and Restore Center will show you the backup device you have selected, the space left on it, the space occupied by windows Backup and how far you are into the process if you are currently running a backup. Windows 7 backup facilitates you by providing access to your previous system image files for deletion; it also displays how much space is being used by each of its backup components.
Try the following steps to create a backup:
Step 1: Start the process of creating a backup from the Backup and restore center in the Control Panel.
Step 2: Choose the location where you want to create your backup.
Step 3: Network location can be selected to create backup. Add your network path by clicking Add New Location.
Step 4: Choose what to backup, once you have chosen the location.
Step 5: You can choose your own files as well as Windows chosen file.
Step 6: Start backup process. The Backup and Restore center notifies that backup is in progress.
Step 7: Restore the files once backup process is over.
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