Although system failures are rare, it is not impossible. Therefore, it is very necessary to regularly backup system data. Data backup can well prevent the direct or indirect loss caused by the loss of data information. So, how to do system backup? What are the different ways of doing backups on different systems?
1. The system has its own backup.
Generally, the computer system now has its own backup and restore function, and both win10 and win7 need to be backed up manually. Advantages: The restore point can be increased, which is relatively time-saving. Disadvantage: It can only be recovered if it can still enter the system, if the system crashes, it cannot be recovered. Win7 system backup.
Open the Control Panel on your computer and click Enter.
Enter the backup and restore interface, and then click Set Backup.
3. Select the disk you want to backup, then save the settings and run the backup. Windows 10 system backup.
Press the shortcut key Win+I to open the settings interface, select Update and Security, click Backup on the left, then click Add Drive, and select the disk to be backed up. Then start the backup. 2. Use Qunying software to assist backup. How to restore a backed up system?
System restore that comes with the system: Start/Programs/Accessories/System Tools/System Restore, click Restore my computer earlier. Press next, and you’ll see the date page has a dark date, which is the restore point. Once selected, click Next to restore (Win7 restore system, control panel, then backup and restore device and security sub-option).
What is the difference between a system backup and a system mirror?
System backup is to make a mirror image of your current C drive (all files), which can only be opened in DOS and restored with one key.
The system image is a separate image file made by Qunying with the GHOST tool. To restore, it must be restored manually under the GHOST tool.
I believe that after reading the above system backup methods, you also have a certain understanding of system backup, and make regular backups. Although it may not be the data that needs to be backed up all the time, in the event of a failure, the backed up data will be particularly important. So, make backups and be prepared. Of course, in addition to system backup, we can also back up data in other ways, such as mirroring, software backup, etc. If you haven’t done a system backup, do it now.