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Synonyms for backup

Synonyms for backup

Synonyms for backup

an accumulation caused by clogging or a stoppage

someone who takes the place of another (as when things get dangerous or difficult)

a musical part (vocal or instrumental) that supports or provides background for other musical parts

(computer science) a copy of a file or directory on a separate storage device

the act of providing approval and support

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File History Tracking provides an audit trail for file usage, tracking statistics for shared users or individual use.
File History allows quick, easy change tracking and reporting.
conjunction with File History to create redundant backups for enhanced
We designed File History with two objectives in mind; 1) offer best possible protection of user personal files and 2) offer ease, simplicity and peace of mind," wrote Bohdan Raciborski, a Microsoft program manager, in a blog post.
The operation of File History is transparent and doesn't affect the user experience, reliability or performance of Windows in any way.
To use File History, Windows 8 users need to turn it on and select where the backed-up files will be stored.
If users are fine with using the default settings of File History, they don't need to do anything else.
Unlike other Windows and non-Windows backup and restore utilities, File History has been designed to only protect personal files, not the entire contents of a PC.
This means that File History will concern itself only with files stored in the Libraries, Desktop, Favorites and Contacts folders, and will not back up the OS or applications.
Version control offers other collaborative benefits, such as viewing file history or updating to the latest repository version.
Additionally, WD products simplify the process of computer backup through support of the new File History feature within Windows 8.
Customers can use Storage Spaces in conjunction with File History to create redundant backups for enhanced security.
Patent Workbench(TM) provides a unique suite of tools for reviewing and analyzing patent file history information and eliminates the time-consuming tasks of organizing piles of paper and sorting through claims before attorneys can begin their analysis.
One of its most unique features is the ability for InfoFind to find and display all of a computer's web and file history on a single screen with detailed information; this even includes the web history of other users on the computer.
New to ADrive is a File History feature that utilizes snapshot technology to capture previous versions of a user's file.