How to create backups in windows 10

    The first step to backing up a windows 10 system is to decide what type of media to store the system image on.  You have a handful of options including DVD, cloud storage or a portable hard drive. I recommend a portable hard drive because you can rewrite over and over on it and more importantly it give you a physical copy that you can store in a safe location. If you are buying a new hard drive for this project I recommend getting at least a terabyte drive. Prices are always dropping on storage and you can now get terabyte portable drives for right around $50 on amazon.   Once you have your drive you must plug it in to your computer. Now with your drive connected you want to open control panel by clicking on start and typing “control”. When faced with the control panel options you want to select “Systems and security”   This will lead you to system and security settings. You will see several options, but you want to select “backup and restore (windows7)”   Next you want to click on “create a system image” on the upper left side of the page.   Here you will be prompted to select where you want to back up the system image to. First you want to select the “on a hard disk” radio button. Next from the pull down menu select your portable hard from the list of drives. Once the correct drive is selected click “next”     Now you will be asked to select which drives you want to back up,...

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