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About Windows backup and sync settings - Microsoft Support
To find Sync settings, select Start , then select Settings > Accounts > Sync your settings . Choose from settings such as language preferences, passwords, and color themes. If you turn on Other Windows settings , Windows also syncs some device settings (for things like printers and mouse options), File Explorer settings, and notification ...
Applies To: Microsoft account dashboard
Sign in to sync Microsoft Edge across devices
Manage your sync settings on your computer You can review or manage the type of data that is synced across your devices by following these steps: In Microsoft Edge, select More options > Settings > Profiles > Sync. You'll see a list of the features and data types available for sync.
Backing up your Windows PC - Microsoft Support
To back up your settings, select Start > Settings > Accounts > Windows backup. Then, turn on Remember my preferences and choose the settings you’d like to back up. Open Windows backup settings To confirm that your settings are backed up, look at the top of the Windows backup page. Under Preferences you’ll see the status Backed up.
Sync OneDrive files and folders - Microsoft Support
Select Start, type OneDrive, and then select the OneDrive app. Sign in to OneDrive with the account you want to sync and finish setting up. Your OneDrive files will start syncing to your computer. Work with your files in your file system Once you're synced, you’ll see your files in File Explorer.
Applies To: OneDrive (home or personal), OneDrive for Mac, OneDrive for Windows
Sync files with OneDrive in Windows - Microsoft Support
The sync app automatically takes over syncing in the same folder location you were using before. To choose which folders you're syncing, right-click the blue cloud icon in the taskbar notification area, and select Settings > Account > Choose folders. See and manage your OneDrive files You're all set.
Applies To: OneDrive for Business, SharePoint Server Subscription Edition, SharePoint Server 2019, SharePoint in Microsoft 365, Office for business, Microsoft 365 admin, Office 365 operated by 21Vianet, Office 365 operated by 21Vianet - Admin, OneDrive (work or school),, OneDrive (home or personal), OneDrive (work or school) operated by 21Vianet, OneDrive for Windows, SharePoint admin center, SharePoint in Microsoft 365 Small Business, SharePoint operated by 21Vianet
Change and customize sync settings in Microsoft Edge
Choose your sync settings in Microsoft Edge on your computer. In the top corner of the browser window, select Settings and more , or use the keyboard shortcut Alt+F, and select Settings . Under Profiles > Your profile, select the profile you’d like to change the settings for, and select Sync .
File sharing over a network in Windows - Microsoft Support
Select the Start button, then select Settings . In the Find a setting search bar, type manage advanced sharing settings and select Manage advanced sharing settings from the suggested results. In the Advanced sharing settings window that appears, under Private , select Turn on Network discovery and Turn on file and printer sharing .
Clipboard in Windows - Microsoft Support
Select Start > Settings > System > Clipboard. Select Sync across devices and toggle it on. Select Automatically sync text that I copy. The sync feature is tied to your Microsoft account, or your work account, so remember to use the same login information on all your devices. Get help with clipboard history Open Clipboard settings
Sync basics - what you can and cannot sync - Microsoft Support
If you want to sync your IMAP e-mail, you first need to add the account to Outlook. For more information about how to add an account, see Add an email account to Outlook for Mac . After that, there are two synchronization options: using IMAP IDLE (also known as "Live Sync") and creating schedules for subscribed folders.
Applies To: Outlook 2016, Outlook 2016 for Mac,, New Outlook for Windows, Outlook Mail for Windows 10, Outlook on the web for Exchange Server 2016