Over the past week, some of our users have reported to us that they have encountered the “reinstall old version of a file” property.
In Windows 7, you can use the Previous Versions feature to restore old versions added to your existing files. Just find the best file in Windows Explorer, right-click it, choose Properties, and go to the Previous Versions tab.
Restoring Previous Versions Of Files Using History
If you want to undo changes made to a better file and revert to a previous translation, your best bet is to use the versioning features of your own version of Windows. . You must first enable File History, which almost always uses an external drive (or in some cases network storage) to create files.
Restoring Previous Versions Of Files And Folders
You can restore a different previous version file and/or folder only if the file history recovery system is enabled and developed by you. If not, you must enable and collect File History first, or enable it through System Restore and create System Restore Points in order to use this feature. Then executeFollow the same steps:
Open The Previous Versions Tab
You can view previous versions with files using ShadowCopy in Windows Explorer’s Properties dialog and navigate to it. Viewing previous versions can help you find the version you want to copy and restore.
Restoring A File From Someone Else’s Network Drive
Because files are backed up to our new network drives, you can regularly restore them from a previous backup if the file is corrupted, accidentally deleted or overwritten. In some cases, you can simply right-click on a large part of the file and restore it in the “Previous Versions” tab. However, in most cases this should be done at the folder level.
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