1 Dacorum U3A Computer Support Group Archiving and Backup for Windows PC's. This will include local backup to HD, USB Memory, NAS and Cloud storage. Friday 27th March 2015
2 Agenda Discussion about format of meetings Identify topics to discuss in later meetings Identify topics for today Windows Archiving and Backup presentation Tea and Coffee break (about 3.30 pm?) Breakout into smaller groups
3 Overview Windows Archiving and Backup Overview of Backup / Archive External Hard Disk & CD/DVD Backup USB Memory Storage External Network Attached Storage ( NAS) Cloud Storage
4 Windows Archiving and Backup What is Windows Backup As the name says, this tool allows you to backup your operating system, its settings and your data. You can let Windows choose what to back up or you can select the individual folders, libraries, and the disk drives you want backed up. By default, your backups are created on a automatic schedule, but you can manually create a backup at any time. Once you set up Windows Backup, it keeps track of the files and folders that are new or modified and adds them to your backup. Also Windows Backup offers the ability to create a system image, which is an clone of a drive, having the same size. A system image includes Windows and your system settings, programs, and files. You can use it to restore the content of your computer if your hard drive crashes. When you repair your computer from a system image, you have to know that it is a complete restoration process, you can't choose individual items, programs or system settings. Basically the drive is overwritten with the files from image.
5 Windows Archiving and Backup How To Create Windows Backup In Variant Windows Editions? Windows XP: Within Windows XP users do not need to make extra efforts for creating Windows backup files. Having NT Backup Restore utility and execution of few simple steps was enough to deal when it is all about to create Win XP backup. Windows 7: The backup utility for Win XP was replaced when a new operating system from Windows was offered i.e. Windows 7. For this version of Windows, Backup and Restore utility became the proprietary utility. Windows 8: File History is the way to backup into recent edition of Windows OS and it is the alternative of Backup And Restore utility that was packed into Windows 7 for backing up desired files. Windows 8.1: The File History option is also packed into most recent edition of MS Windows operating system. But with enhanced manner to create backup into Win 8.1, a new utility with name System Image Backup is available. The utility is hidden and one can easily make it visible when the need comes. Summary for the Windows Backup Systems Getting a clear view with all the sections mentioned above you can have an idea about Windows backup system in Windows XP, 7, 8 and 8.1 operating systems. Restoring backup created in Win XP into earlier editions of Windows OS became the talk of down just because of ended support for Win XP by Microsoft so there is a great range of Windows XP users who are looking for backup data transfer to the new version of operating system.
6 Windows Archiving and Backup Windows Backup Overview. Backup Tools Explained for Windows XP, 7 and 8 External-hard-drive-backup Backups on Windows can be confusing. Whether you re using Windows XP, 7 or 8, you have quite a few integrated backup tools to think about. Windows 8 made quite a few changes,you can also use third-party backup software, whether you want to back up to an external drive or back up your files to online storage. We won t cover third-party tools here just the ones built into Windows.
7 Windows Archiving and Backup Backup and Restore on Windows 7 Windows 7 has its own Backup and Restore feature that lets you create backups manually or on a schedule. You ll find it under Backup and Restore in the Control Panel. The original version of Windows 8 still contained this tool, and named it Windows 7 File Recovery. This allowed former Windows 7 users to restore files from those old Windows 7 backups or keep using the familiar backup tool for a little while. Windows 7 File Recovery was removed in Windows 8.1.
8 Windows Archiving and Backup Backup and Restore on Windows 7 System Restore is a Windows feature that can help fix some crashes and other computer problems. System Restore on both Windows 7 and 8 functions as a sort of automatic system backup feature. It creates backup copies of important system and program files on a schedule or when you perform certain tasks, such as installing a hardware driver. If system files become corrupted or your computer s software becomes unstable, you can use System Restore to restore your system and program files from a System Restore point. This isn t a way to back up your personal files. It s more of a troubleshooting feature that uses backups to restore your system to its previous working state.
9 Windows 8 - File History Windows Archiving and Backup Windows 8 replaced Windows 7 s backup tools with File History, although this feature isn t enabled by default. File History is designed to be a simple, easy way to create backups of your data files on an external drive or network location. File History replaces both Windows 7 s Backup and Previous Versions features. Windows System Restore won t create copies of personal files on Windows 8. This means you can t actually recover older versions of files until you enable File History yourself it isn t enabled by default.
10 System Image Backups Windows Archiving and Backup Windows also allows you to create system image backups. These are backup images of your entire operating system, including your system files, installed programs, and personal files. This feature was included in both Windows 7 and Windows 8, but it was hidden in the preview versions of Windows 8.1. After many user complaints, it was restored and is still available in the final version of Windows 8.1 click System Image Backup on the File History Control Panel. windows-8.1-system-image-backup
11 Windows Archiving and Backup What s happened to Backup and Restore? Applies to Windows 8.1, Windows RT 8.1 In previous versions of Windows, you could use Backup and Restore to back up your files or create and use a system image backup or repair disc. Windows 8.1 gives you choices about how you can recover your PC and back up your personal files. Backing up or restoring personal files You can use File History to back up the files on your PC in the Documents, Music, Pictures, Videos and Desktop folders and the OneDrive files available offline on your PC. Over time, File History builds a history of your files. You'll first need to set up a File History drive and turn File History on. For more information, see Setting up a drive for File History. If your original files have been lost, damaged or deleted, you can restore them. You can also browse and restore different versions of your files. For more information, see Restoring files or folders using File History. Using System Image Backup You can use System Image Backup like you did in previous version of Windows. To open System Image Backup Swipe in from the right edge of the screen, then tap Search. (If you're using a mouse, point to the bottom-right corner of the screen, move the mouse pointer up, then click Search.) Enter File History in the search box, tap or click File History, then click System Image Backup
12 Windows Archiving and Backup - How to Backup your Files and Folders How to access Windows Backup Windows 7 offers numerous ways to open the Backup and Restore features. You can find them on 'Start Menu -> All Programs -> Maintenance -> Backup and Restore '.
13 Windows Archiving and Backup -TheHow to Backup your Files and Folders Backup and Restore window.
14 Windows Archiving and Backup - How to Backup your Files and Folders By default the Windows Backup feature is turned off. To start using it, you have to configure it. Follow the steps described bellow to configure and decide which type of backup you need: automatic or manual, depending of your needs. NOTE: You must be logged in as Administrator to configure Windows Backup. After you've opened the Backup and Restore window, just press the 'Set up backup' link.
15 Windows Archiving and Backup - How to Backup your Files and Folders The next window will provide a list of available drives for saving your backups. Also you have the possibility to save the backups on a network by pressing the designated button.
16 Windows Archiving and Backup - How to Backup your Files and Folders NOTE: The 'Save on a network option' is available only on the Professional or Ultimate editions of Windows 7. If you press the 'Save on a network button' button, a new window will appear where you have to complete the network location and, possibly, a username and password.
17 Windows Backup & Restore - How to Backup your Files and Folders The next window has two options regarding the content of the backups: 'Let Windows Choose' and 'Let Me Choose'. If you use the default option - 'Let Windows choose' - Windows Backup creates two backup types in a single operation: a system image, that can be used for disaster recovery, and a backup of data files found in your user's libraries, the Windows desktop, and default Windows folders. The second option - 'Let me choose' - allows you to back up individual folders, drives or libraries.
18 Windows Backup & Restore - How to Backup your Files and Folders In the next window you have to choose what the backup will contain. For instance, if you need to save My Documents and to clone the operating system partition, check the boxes Document Library and 'Include a system image of drives: (C:)'. I recommend to include in every backup a image of your operating system drive by checking 'Include a system image of drives'. After you select the desired items press the Next button.
19 Windows Backup & Restore - How to Backup your Files and Folders Next you can review the backup job and have the possibility to select how your backup process will run. To configure your scheduled backups use the 'Change schedule' link (see explanation below). When done, click 'Save settings and run backup'.
20 Windows Backup & Restore - How to Backup your Files and Folders When you open the 'Change schedule' window, you can establish some options for the automatic backup, such as the frequency of the backup (daily, weekly or monthly), the day and the hour. If you want to run only manually your backups, don't forget to uncheck the 'Run backup on a schedule' option. When done with the schedule configuration, press OK.
21 Windows Backup & Restore - How to Backup your Files and Folders After you finish all the needed configuration press 'Save setting and run backup'. A new window will appear which shows the status of your backup.
22 Windows Backup & Restore - How to Backup your Files and Folders Backups are saved in this format: '(backup location)\(computer name)\backup Set (year-month-day) (time)'. In my case, the path was 'G:\WindowsImageBackup\Maximilian-PC\Backup '.
23 Windows Backup - How to Restore your Files and Folders How to Restore Files and Folders from a Backup Windows Backup allows you to restore files or folders from a previously created backup. This tool will also enable you to restore groups of files or all of the files that you've backed up. First of all, open the Backup and Restore window. There you can find a region designed for recovery that has three options: 'Restore my files' - allows you to restore files and folder; 'Restore all users' files' - enables you to restore the files of all users defined on the computer; 'Select another backup to restore files from' - allows you to restore files from a backup that was created on another computer running Windows Vista or Windows 7. NOTE: You must be logged in as Administrator to start the restore process using the last two options.
24 How to Restore your Files and Folders
25 How to Restore your Files and Folders In the next window you have to choose what items to restore. Search - allows you to search the contents of the backup; 'Browse for files' - allows you to add backed up files to be restored; 'Browse for folders' - allows you to add a backed up folder to be restored. You browse for folders, thus you won't be able to see the individual files in a folder.
26 How to Restore your Files and Folders Search - search the files or folders you want to restore, select them and, when you're done, click on OK.
27 How to Restore your Files and Folders Browse for files' - select the files that will be restored and click the 'Add files button'. You can use the Shift key for multiple selections.
28 How to Restore your Files and Folders Browse for folders' - browse for folders, select the desired ones and press the 'Add folder' button. In this tutorial I will show you how to restore two folders using the 'Browse for folders' option. Just click on the desired folder and press the 'Add folder' button, as you can see in image below.
29 How to Restore your Files and Folders The next window allows you to select the location of the restored files, there are two options: original location; In the original location' - restores selected files and folders into their In the following location' - restores selected files and folders into a different location. For this tutorial I chose the second option and set a new location for restoring files to 'C:\Testing'. Select the option you desire and click on Restore.
30 How to Restore your Files and Folders If there are existing copies of the files and folders in the location you selected, then a pop-up window will appear were you have three options: 'Copy and Replace' - replaces the existing files with the new ones; 'Don' t copy' - allows you to keep the existing file; 'Copy, but keep both files' - both sets files will be saved on disk, with different names.
31 How to Restore your Files and Folders After the restore is done, press the Finish button. The 'View restored files' link will open the location chosen before, so that you can see its 'new' content.
32 Third Party Backup Software Acronis True Image 2015 True Image for PC works with both local and cloud backup. It saves your entire system, single files, and can bring you back in time. Anytime. Choose where, when, and how to back up. Use external drives, cloud backup, or any NAS devices. Set your own backup schedule to save changes constantly as you work. Restore in a snap, or even move your entire system to and from any PC. Key Features Backup your entire system image that is all your apps, files, user accounts, exact configurations, and even the OS in one compressed file. Universal Restore Move your system from any PC to any PC no matter what make or model you use. Easy recovery Get back to where you were at any given moment restore your PC in a snap, with no need to reinstall your OS manually, or use any additional tools. Cloud backup Save your entire system to a secure online location, and access it anytime, anywhere. Choose your own cloud storage plan from 250GB to 1TB.
33 Third Party Backup Software Acronis True Image 2015 Step 1. Backing up your system disk When should I back up my system disk? Create a new backup version after every significant event in your system. Examples of these events include: You bought a new computer. You reinstalled Windows on your computer. You configured all system settings (for example, time, date, language) and installed all necessary programs on your new computer. Important system update
34 Acronis True Image How do I create a backup of my system? 1. Start Acronis True Image On the sidebar, click Backup. If this is your first backup, you will see the backup configuration screen. If you already have some backups in the backup list, then you first need to click the plus sign at the bottom of the list. 3. Click the Backup source icon, click Disks and partitions, and then select your system partition (usually C:) and the System Reserved partition (if any). Instead of selecting specific partitions, you can choose the Entire PC backup. Refer to Backing up all data on your PC 4.Click the Backup destination icon, and then select a storage place for the backup. 5.Click Start backup
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41 Backup & Archive CLOUD STORAGE Online cloud storage allows you to store your files, such as photos, music and documents, remotely online. This lets you access your files over the internet, and it protects your data against loss more securely than storing it on your own computer or backing up to an external hard drive. Most online cloud storage services let you access your saved files from smartphones or tablets using apps. You can't typically edit your documents directly from a tablet app. Bandwidth This is the rate of data transfer on a computer or internet connection. Some cloud storage services deliberately limit the maximum bandwidth you can use to upload or download files by default, and you may need to change these settings to speed up the process. Gigabyte (GB) Most cloud storage allowances are spoken about in terms of Gigabytes of storage space. Typically, 1GB of storage will be enough for up to 500 Jpeg digital photos, though for photos with a very high megapixel count (14Mp and above) you may only be able to store half of this.
42 Backup & Archive Cloud Storage Free cloud storage allowances compared Which cloud storage provider gives you the most free online storage space? We've compared free cloud storage allowances in the table below: Free online cloud storage compared There are some big differences between the free cloud storage allowances in the table above. Google Drive and Microsoft OneDrive both gives new users a generous 15GB of storage space, while LiveDrive and PC World's services have no free allowance at all. As a rule of thumb, 1GB of storage space is enough for up to 500 digital photos. DropBox is one of the most popular cloud storage services, and its free allowance starts from 2GB for new users. By recommending DropBox to others, you can 'earn' more free storage space for your own account
43 Backup & Archive Cloud Storage Paying for more online cloud storage A free allowance is great for getting started with online cloud storage, but if you want to back up all of your photos, files and music collection, you'll need to pay for more storage. Some paid-for cloud services are far more expensive than others, but we've listed the prices in an easy-to-compare format so you know exactly what they're charging. Read our guide to the best value cheap cloud storage services. Which is the best cloud storage provider? There's more to picking a cloud storage service than simply plumping for who gives you the most free storage. While lots of free storage is undoubtedly a bonus, if you pick the wrong cloud storage provider then it can be a huge hassle uploading all of your files only to find you're stuck with a service that's frustrating to use.
44 Backup & Archive Cloud Storage OneDrive Cloud Storage Microsoft hasn t been talking much about File History since Windows 8 was released. That s because they want people to use OneDrive instead. OneDrive formerly known as SkyDrive was added to the Windows desktop in Windows 8.1. Save your files here and they ll be stored online tied to your Microsoft account. You can then sign in on any other computer, smartphone, tablet, or even via the web and access your files. Microsoft wants typical PC users backing up their files with OneDrive so they ll be available on any device.
45 Backup & Archive Cloud Storage Microsoft OneDrive CLOUD Storage OneDrive is free online storage that comes with your Microsoft account. It s like an extra hard drive that s available from any of the devices you use. You no longer need to files to yourself or carry around (and possibly lose) a USB flash drive. Instead, whether you re on your laptop and working on a presentation, viewing photos from your last family vacation on your new tablet, or on your phone reviewing your shopping list, you can get to your files in OneDrive. Getting started with OneDrive is easy. You can add files already on your PC to OneDrive by either copying them over or moving them from your PC. When you save new files, you can choose to save them to OneDrive so you can get to them from any device and share them with other people. And, if your PC has a built-in camera, you can automatically save copies of the photos in your camera roll to OneDrive, so you'll always have a backup.
46 Backup & Archive Cloud Storage Microsoft OneDrive CLOUD Storage Adding your files to OneDrive There are a few different ways to put your existing files on OneDrive. First, decide if you want to keep the original files on your PC and put copies of them on OneDrive, or if you want to cut and move them from your PC to OneDrive. To copy files to OneDrive using the OneDrive app Step 1 On the Start screen, tap or click OneDrive to open the OneDrive app. Open the OneDrive
47 Backup & Archive Cloud Storage Microsoft OneDrive CLOUD Storage Adding your files to OneDrive Step 2 Tap or click folders to browse to the location on OneDrive where you want to add the files.
48 Backup & Archive Cloud Storage Microsoft OneDrive CLOUD Storage Adding your files to OneDrive Step 3 Swipe in from the top or bottom edge of the screen or right-click to open the app commands, and then tap or click Add files.
49 Backup & Archive Cloud Storage Microsoft OneDrive CLOUD Storage Adding your files to OneDrive Step 4 Browse to the files you want to upload, tap or click to select them, and then tap or click Copy to OneDrive.
50 Backup & Archive Cloud Storage Microsoft OneDrive CLOUD Storage Adding your files to OneDrive To move files to OneDrive using File Explorer When you move files, you're removing them from your PC and adding them to OneDrive. Drag files from the file list in the right pane to OneDrive in the left pane.
51 Backup & Archive Cloud Storage Microsoft OneDrive CLOUD Storage Adding your files to OneDrive Saving to OneDrive automatically On most PCs, OneDrive is the recommended location that appears when you save Microsoft Office files (like Word docs and Excel worksheets), PDFs, and other documents. And, if your PC has a built-in camera, you can automatically save copies of the photos you take directly to OneDrive so you ll always have a backup. To make sure your PC is set up to save automatically, check your OneDrive settings. Swipe in from the right edge of the screen, tap Settings, then tap Change PC settings. (If you're using a mouse, point to the bottom-right corner of the screen, move the mouse pointer up, click Settings, then click Change PC settings.) For documents, tap or click OneDrive, and then turn on Save documents to OneDrive by default. For photos, tap or click Camera roll, and then choose Upload photos at good quality, or for higher resolution copies, choose Upload photos at best quality.
52 Backup & Archive REMEMBER TO RUN YOUR BACKUP'S Before you loose any Data!! THE END
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