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Webinar Replay: Backing Up in Windows 10 and Ask Leo! Anything

Thank you to everyone who attended this “test” webinar. I learned a lot. Smile

I apologize for the quality of the video — both live and in the recording. So one of the things I learned is that I should try a different service/technology next time.

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Posted: March 5, 2020 in: Webinar
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2 comments on “Webinar Replay: Backing Up in Windows 10 and Ask Leo! Anything”

  1. I have OneDrive on all my devices. On my phone and tablets, I have “Files on demand” set, by default. That makes sense because the storage space on tablets and phones is usually much smaller than that of a computer. Now a days with 1 TB Micro SD cards, that is less critical. On my computers, I have “Files on demand” unchecked as I’ve set my OneDrive folder set as my “Documents” folder on all of my machines (except my MacBook because I haven’t figured out how to do it yet.). That way I can access the files on any of my computers offline if necessary, and it gives me a backup of those files on all of my computers


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