How to back up your Windows 10 S computer

14 May

Suppose you are using a Windows 10 product key S computer, and want to upgrade to Windows 10 Pro product key. In this case backup is essential to avoid the case after upgrading to the new version may occur errors, or other problems.
Although using Windows 10 S can reduce the risk of malware and take over your entire system, that does not mean that your computer is not affected by malware. Software malfunction and hardware failure.
If you are using the unlocked version of Windows 10, you have many options for backing up your computer data. On Windows 10, Microsoft  office 2016 product key does not allow the installation of traditional programs (win32). However, users can still use the built-in System Image feature to protect their settings and important data files.
The system image makes a copy of all data stored on your device, including settings, individual files, applications and add-ons. If you have upgraded to Windows 10 Pro and you have a series of problems, you can use this backup to restore to previous version in just minutes on the same hard drive or other.
How to backup your Windows 10 S computer
To make a backup of your Windows 10 S computer, the first step you need to do is to connect a USB hard drive (not a USB Flash drive) with enough free space. Then follow the steps below:
Step 1: Open Control Panel.
Step 2: Click on System and Security.
Step 3: Select Backup and Restore (Windows 7).
Step 4: Click the Create a system image link in the left pane.
Step 5: In the "Where do you want to save the backup?" Section, select On a hard disk.
Step 6: On the On a hard disk drop-down menu, select the drive to save the backup.
Step 7: Click Start button backup.
After completing the above steps, the backup program will make a full backup of your device, containing everything stored on the primary drive.
After the backup process is finished, you will be asked to create a system repair drive. However, because Windows 10 S does not include a drive, you just click No and then Close.
You can access the recovery options by using a USB Bootable drive that contains files that install any of the Windows 10 releases.
Windows 10 Backup Restore
Assuming that after upgrading to Windows 10 Pro but your computer will not boot, you can always downgrade to Windows 10 S earlier. Follow the steps below to restore your backup:
Step 1: Connect the USB Bootable drive that contains the Windows 10 installation file on your computer.
Step 2: Connect to an external hard drive that contains a system backup.
Step 3: Turn on your computer.
Good tip: If your device does not boot into the Windows Setup wizard, you will have to change your system's firmware settings to make sure it can boot from the USB flash drive. You can usually access the firmware by booting the device and pressing one of the function keys or the ESC key. Visit the manufacturer's homepage for more information.
Step 4: On the Windows Setup window, click the Next button.
Step 5: Click Repair your computer in the bottom left corner.
Step 6: Click on the Troubleshoot option.
Step 7: Click on the System Image Recovery option.
Step 8: Select the destination operating system.
On the Re-image your computer screen, select the Use the latest available system image option.
Step 10: Click Next.
Step 11: If you are restoring a full backup from the new drive, you can select the Format and repartition disks option.
Note: Use this option carefully so it can wipe the partitions and drives on your computer.
Step 12: Click Next.
Step 13: Click Finish.
Step 14: Click Yes to confirm that the backup will replace the data on your disk.
Once the steps have been completed, the restore process will start and the recovery time will be fast or slow depending on the amount of data that you need to restore and configure the hardware.

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