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Download PsExec from Sysinternals, a Microsoft subsidiary. Open an administrative command prompt in the directory containing psexec.exe and type the following: psexec -s -i cmd.exe Wait a moment, and you'll be presented with a command prompt running as SYSTEM, which has effectively full access to the WindowsApps directory. Use that prompt to move the file ...


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(The following text was rejected as improvement to @jstarek's answer and instead asked to provide as separate answer) Yes, but it depends a bit on what exactly you want to achieve. Incremental backup of the entire system (this is what Time Machine does): The following tools can do incremental backups to external drives, network storage etc. The most ...


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The Thunderbird profile information is located in C:\Users\<username>\AppData\Roaming\Thunderbird and C:\Users\<username>\AppData\Local\Thunderbird. To restore your Thunderbird profile, simply copy these folders to the new installation before starting Thunderbird for the first time. (If you've already started Thunderbird, delete the new profile ...


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Did the same: Clone OS to a unallocated partition on the same drive. With Minitool partition Wizard bootable CD -> Copy partition. But to avoid that the clone has the same disk mapping (C: stays C:) I deleted in the registry HKLM\SYSTEM\MountedDevices all Entries except (Default) before cloning. (It may also be done at the first start up of the clone if you ...


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I found this article on www.howtogeek.com which suits your need: Backup and Transfer Foobar2000 to a New Computer



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