Windows 10: Generic Volume Shadow Copy no longer turn light grey
Generic Volume Shadow Copy no longer turn light grey
Windows 10 Home x64 with latest updates.
I've been looking but have not found any info and I'm just curious what changed if anything. I believe this started after the
KB3206632 update on 12/13.
I use macrium reflect for backups, but I also keep one system restore point. So in device manager I would have 2 generic volume shadow copy entries. Previously, when I would delete an old restore point, the generic volume shadow copy in device manager would turn light grey and I could/would uninstall it. Now, they don't turn light grey anymore?
I was just looking around and run into this program: Access Hard Drive Snapshots with ShadowCopyView - MajorGeeks
After examining part of my system with it I noticed that some folders tend to be huge and taking a lot of space. Now, I'm not...
Well, how can i shrink down the amount of space used for shadow copy?
What is the difference between System Restore and Shadow Copy? I am familiar with the first, but only came across references to the second recently.
I just discovered that none of my computers have the Volume Shadow Copy service running and none have the startup set to automatic. I have always assumed that this service should start at boot time. I have started the service on all the computers...
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