Windows 10: Backup and restore Win 10 drive to a different disk

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  1.    1 Week Ago #11

    thanks very much guys. I started the backup process.
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  2.    1 Week Ago #12

    chrisiac said: View Post
    thanks very much guys. I started the backup process.
    Great. As an aside, it is a good idea to store a copy of any backup offline.

    Get a ransom attack - stick up fingers in a suitable gesture to ransomers, restore offline backup.

    Also, it is a good idea to go to Other Tasks menu, and create a boot entry for Macrium Reflect. Then in most cases, you do not even need to use a usb rescue drive, albeit still needed in case hdd fails.
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