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Batch File Maker for Windows

1.5

Andrewplace(Free)

User rating8

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How to Use Windows Batch File Maker to Automatically Backup & Restore Your Computer

Windows batch file maker is so convenient for automating so many common tasks that I almost forgot to mention it. First things first, you should install Windows first (if you don't already have it). If Windows is not installed, open Start Menu > System Tools > Accessories > System Tools. In the System Tools folder, double click "batch files" and download or view available Windows batch file types, one by one, until you find one you want.

When you find one, double click it and select "open in explorer." You are now ready to create your batch file. Navigate to C:/Windows and open the folder where Windows is installed. Inside the Windows folder, open a new batch file and add any commands or text you would like. Save as whatever extension you prefer.

Open Windows Explorer and double-click the newly created batch file. Navigate to the directory where you want your file saved and double click on the existing file that you want copied. Click "copy" and wait for your file to be copied into the directory you specified. That's all there is to Batch file maker! Start > Run and type "safe restore". A window will appear, just click on "OK". Once you are done restoring your computer back to an earlier time, simply make sure you create a backup of all your changes before you make any further changes to your batch file.

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Technical

Title:
Batch File Maker 1.5 for Windows
Requirements:
  • Windows XP,
  • Windows NT,
  • Windows ME,
  • Windows 2003,
  • Windows 98 SE,
  • Windows 95,
  • Windows 98,
  • Windows Vista,
  • Windows 2000
Language:
English
License:
Free
Date added:
Thursday, September 23rd 2021
Author:
Andrewplace

http://andrewplace.net

SHA-1:
0677d529b317e97ca01ade3ff0b116329a8849a1

Batch File Maker for PC

1.5

Andrewplace(Free)

User rating8

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