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Method 1: Manually back up your files and settings to removable media or to a network location
The simplest method is to manually back up your files and settings to removable media or a network location. You can specify the files and settings that you want to back up and how often you want to perform a backup.
Note Examples of removable media include external hard disks, DVDs, CDs, and USB memory cards. You can back up files to a different computer or a network device if your computer is connected to a network such as a wireless network.
Method 2: Use the Backup and Restore Centre
As a precaution, you can use the Backup and Restore Centre feature of Windows.
Backup and Restore (formerly Windows Backup and Restore Centre) is a component of Microsoft Windows introduced in Windows Vista and included in later versions that allows users to create backups and restore from backups. It is a replacement of NTBackup, which was included in previous Windows versions. It became a deprecated feature in Windows 8 and was completely removed in Windows 8.1 in favor of File History
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