Previous versions of files: frequently asked questions
Here are answers to some common questions about previous versions of files and folders. What are previous versions? How are previous versions created? How do I view or restore previous versions of a file and folder? How is restoring previous versions from restore points different from restoring previous versions from a backup? Why can't I find previous versions of some files? Can I restore a file or folder that was deleted or renamed?
Thank you for taking the time to report an issue.
What's wrong... Please write below.
Here are answers to some common questions about using folders in Windows 7. What is a folder and how is it different from a library? Should I save my files to a folder or a library? Can I change the icon for a folder? Where are the menus that used to appear at the top of open folders in previous versions of Windows? Where did the folder list go? What is the address bar and what kind of information does it display?
Here are answers to some common questions about transferring files and settings. What is Windows Easy Transfer? What can I transfer to my new computer? Can I transfer programs? Which transfer method should I use? How long does it take? Can spyware, viruses, or other types of malicious software be transferred? Which versions of Windows will work with Windows Easy Transfer?
Here are answers to some common questions about backing up and restoring files. What backup tools does Windows provide? How much storage space do I need to back up files? How do I view the contents of my backup? How do I restore files? Can I recover files that I have accidentally deleted? How do I get my files back if my computer stops working?
Here are answers to some common questions about Windows 7 Anytime Upgrade. How much does each edition of Windows 7 cost? Can I use Windows Anytime Upgrade to upgrade a previous version of Windows to Windows 7? Can I upgrade both 32-bit versions and 64-bit versions of Windows 7 with Windows Anytime Upgrade? Can I upgrade more than one computer to a different edition of Windows 7 with Windows Anytime Upgrade? How can I find out if my computer will run features in other editions of Windows 7? Can I return to the edition of Windows 7 my computer was running before the upgrade?
Here are answers to some common questions about corrupted files. What are corrupted files? What should I do if I encounter a corrupted file? What if I can't fix a corrupted file? How do I prevent files from becoming corrupted?
Here are answers to some common questions about ripping CDs in Windows Media Player. What is ripping? What happens if I decide to copy protect music that I rip? Where do I find the files that I ripped? Can I rename or move files that I have already ripped? Can I listen to music while ripping?
Here are answers to some common questions about syncing a device in Windows Media Player. What devices can I sync to? What kinds of files can I sync? How do I know which files will sync to my device with automatic sync? Can I copy a file from my device to my computer? What happens if I delete files from my Player Library or the device? Can I stop the Player from starting to sync when I connect my device?
Here are answers to some common questions about file and printer sharing in Windows 7. What are the different file sharing options in Windows? How do I share files stored in individual folders? How do I share files stored in the Public folder? How do I share files using a homegroup? What is printer sharing and how do I do it?
Here are answers to some common questions about System Restore. How does System Restore work? Can I undo the changes System Restore makes? What files are changed during a system restore? How do I choose a restore point? How long are restore points saved? What if System Restore doesn't fix the problem?
Here are some answers to common questions about playlists in Windows Media Player. What is a playlist and why would I want to use one? What's the difference between a regular playlist and an auto playlist? Where are my playlist files stored on my computer? Can I save a playlist in another format? Why are some of the items in my playlist dimmed?