Windows 10: How to backup my MS Office program as an iso image?
How to backup my MS Office program as an iso image?
I have decided to clean install my os since I am facing a lot of issues after the anniversary update. I already backed up my other programs and files.But the dilemma I am facing now is backing up my Office 2016 program which I downloaded through the 'Get Office' app.Since my internet connection is a limited one (which I am using as metered) I don't want to download it again.So is there any way that I can back it up either as Span iso or in some other way so that I can reinstall it easily again?
This doesn't quite answer your question, but if you have access to another computer with more bandwidth which could download, it, it is possible to download the Office 2016 installer and transfer it.
Office 365 Tip: Use the Office 2016 Offline Installer - Thurrott.com
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You may find this Tutorial helps...
Provisioning Package - Create in Windows 10
Oh yeah I've heard of that one too...
The only thing I'd say is that if there are any problems with the current build which affect Office, the Provisioning Package will copy those problems onto the new build. Provisioning Packages work best when they are created soon after setup - ideally in audit mode.
What is the most dependable backup program for Windows 10?
I need to backup to an external usb encrypted drive. I need to be able to restore both the system and individual files.
image backup? you mean iso? and how?
Trying to do an image backup in W10
"The drives that are required for windows to run will be included by default."
The os is on disk drive c
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Macrium Reflect Free
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Which ones is good and works as good if not better than Acronis True Image?
I may be the first one to do it, or maybe not. But just a reminder to everyone (who did hard installation on SSDs and HDDs). All of us here have just clean installed the Win 10 Tech Preview. If it's running okay now, before you go any further...