Earlier today, Microsoft posted an in-depth overview of its improved File History backup manager on its Building Windows 8 blog. The utility made its debut in the Windows 8 Consumer Preview and includes several usability upgrades over previous versions that will help it take on Apple’s Time Machine.
In an effort to make things easier for consumers, File History can be activated without having to configure any options. Once enabled, it will copy data from your Libraries and other areas every hour, including previous versions. Microsoft has also centralized the restore interface. If you’re inside a folder that’s already been backed up, clicking the File History button will bring up a dialog window containing backed-up files and each of…
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