Windows 10: Restore Files in File History not working
Restore Files in File History not working
On July 12, I activated File History and set it to backup Daily. Since then I made changes to a document on July 13 and again on July 14 for testing purposes, but when I went to restore an earlier version of that document on July 14 I only saw the July 12 version. I then changed the setting to Backup Every 10 min. Then when I went to Restore awhile later, I saw the July 12 & July 14 versions, but not the July 13 version.
What happened to July 13 version?
Why did I not see July 13 & July 14 versions when it was set to Backup Daily?
What's up with this "This version can't be previewed" note?
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