Windows 10 provides a way to backup your files on external hard drive using the built-in File History feature.
File History backs up versions of your file that keeps on updating over time Only the files which are present in Documents, Music, Pictures, Videos, and Desktop folders and the OneDrive folders available offline on your PC are backed up by the File History.If there are file present elsewhere just copy them into one of these folders.
So before you backup we need to select a Drive where all your backups are going to be saved. Now open the Settings app and go to Update & Security -> Backup.
Connect your External Hard drive to the PC ,now click on the Add a drive by clicking the ‘+’ sign and choose the External drive for archiving the data.
By default Windows backs up all of your files present in the above folders.
Click on More options button below the Add a drive , here you can see the overview and detailed list of all the files that are ready for backup.
In order to Add a Folder click on the ‘+’ of Add a folder button and to remove some files from the backup list choose that particular folder and click on Remove present in gray button.
Now finally click on the Back up now to back up your data.
Regarding how long you want to back up with File History:
- The default mode is forever as in the data will get saved until the drive runs out of space.
- You can select Until space is needed where the old version of file will get erased to save the space for future backup.
Now a days everyone has a lot of accounts to manage and in all this, it is very normal to forget a password.
Recovering a Windows password is not an easy thing but being able to login to your machine is now easy, thanks to this tool called TunesBro WinGeeker. Obviously there are other methods(like reinstalling the OS which will result in data loss).
However if you don’t want your data to get deleted this recovery tool can be really helpful.
Follow the steps given below to quickly recover your Windows account by creating a bootable recovery disk with USB Drive.
How to use TunesBro WinGeeker to reset Windows password :
Head to TunesBro WinGeeker website and download the software. The trial version will list all the accounts that can be recovered but to recover the account, you will have to get the paid version.
After installing the software, launch the application. Insert a USB disk and click on “Burn USB” button on the screen.
You will now have to boot from this USB disk. To do this, put this USB disk in your locked computer, restart the machine. Press Delete/F8 to enter bios option. Select the option to boot from USB drive. Save and exit.
After rebooting from USB, WInGeeker will be launched. The screen will show you all OSs currently installed and also list all the users for each OS. Select the OS and account combination which you want to unlock. Then click “Reset Password” and “Reboot”. Now you will be able to login to your old account without using any password. Make sure that you set a new password and write it down somewhere to avoid this in future. But then you can always use WinGeeker to get back.
Tunesbro offers 24/7 support, 100% money back guarantee and free future updates for the software. Also it supports a number of laptop brands like HP, Dell, Samsung. So it is a great tool for those users.
Lets face it according to the Android Developer Dashboard , Oreo is only present on 1.1% of all Android devices. And now with Android P rolling in Google has decided to end the OS support for the Nexus with only the Pixel phones receiving the update.
The Android P Developer Preview
So if you’ve a spare old Pixel phone you can go here and follow all the details that will help you get the developer preview! (As the OS is unstable its not recommended on your main phones).
For all the other peeps left out don’t feel sad here is the link for Android P /Pixel Launcher.
The new look of Android P’s home screen has gotten a terrific refresh . The top of the screen is largely unchanged, but the dock is completely different. The new look is great, but far more important is the fact that it puts the Google search bar right at the bottom of the screen where users can easily access it. Here’s a screenshot.