When I select "All but newest items" in Windows File History clean up (https://i.holz.nu/063a2.jpg), will it also delete files which are not present on the original location anymore or does it really only mean it will delete all occurences but the newest and hold also these files which are not existent anymore?

  • Please translate the image to English – Ramhound Apr 8 '14 at 21:51
  • Done it via a friend. – The Wavelength Apr 8 '14 at 22:38

I've took the risk and tried it by myself. The answer is: No, it does not delete nonexistent files.

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