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Using One-Click Recovery
network and enter the full UNC path to the backup files. Once your files
are found, your backup location shows up on the list just like files on an
attached hard drive.
9. Choose the specific system image from all available images on the backup
target and click Next.
10. On the Restore Options screen do not check the box that says Format And
Repartition Disks. I have not had any success restoring backups with that
option set. Simply click Next to move to the next screen.
11. Click Finish and then Yes on the confirmation screen.
At this point the restore begins. It can take a few hours depending how big
your backup data is. When it is finished, your PC reboots and is ready for use.
Using One-Click Recovery
New to Windows 8 are two new recovery features that make it very easy for
anyone, even those without computer knowledge, to start over with a clean slate
and restore their computer to brand-new, clean install condition. These features
are called Refresh Your PC and Reset Your PC. Both operate very similarly but
have very different results.
Using Reset Your PC is similar to a clean install of Windows 8. All of your
applications, settings, and files are removed and everything is changed back
to the default settings. The difference is that with Reset Your PC, you can just
click a few buttons and everything is fully automated.
Refresh Your PC is similar to Reset Your PC but it preserves your Windows Store
apps from the Windows Store, settings, and personal files. However, traditional
Windows desktop apps are removed.
Using Refresh Your PC
Refresh Your PC is the less destructive of the two new recovery features because it
refreshes your system files and trashes only your traditional desktop applications.
1. Open the Start screen, type Refresh your PC , and change the search filter
to Settings.
2. Select the Refresh Your PC option.
3. Click Next on the Refresh Your PC screen, as shown in Figure 4-5.
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