OneDrive backup changes from an older Windows 10 Redstone build spotted

Earlier this month, an internal Redstone build of Windows 10 leaked on the web and it was soon replaced by a newer official Insider build. Since most users probably did not download it, enhancements in the OneDrive Backup setting, which are absent from newer builds weren't discovered earlier. Now a tip from an user has shed some light on the changes spotted in the 14278 build of Windows 10.

It can be seen from the screenshots that users will get to choose what they back up to their OneDrive account and wish to make available across Windows 10 installations. Additional options include the ability to enable or disable backup or schedule automatic backups.

According to Thurrott.com, the feature is absent from the current Fast Ring builds but we can expect it to make an appearance in the future. With BUILD 2016 just around the corner, Microsoft might have something to share about this feature and the company's managers have already started building up the hype about the upcoming Windows 10 features on Twitter.

Source: Gustave via Thurrott.com | Images via Brad Sams & Gustave

Report a problem with article
Next Article

Apple introduces the long anticipated 4" iPhone SE

Previous Article

How to watch Apple's iPhone and iPad event today LIVE

5 Comments - Add comment

Advertisement