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Make it easier to snap a backup image
Windows 8 includes two new options for restoring your system in the event that you want to get a fresh start. You can refresh your Windows installation, preserving your data files, or you can completely reset your PC, wiping out all user data.
Those are nice new features to have, but why was the option to create a complete backup image demoted and hidden as Windows 7 File Recovery? And why can’t you easily create a custom image of your system that reflects your changes instead of the original image as shipped by the system manufacturer?
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