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 ====== Installing extra applications for Windows 10 ====== ====== Installing extra applications for Windows 10 ======
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 +[[other:​index#​windows_10_notes|Other Windows 10 related notes]]
  
 ===== Misc notes ===== ===== Misc notes =====
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 ==== Snip & Sketch ==== ==== Snip & Sketch ====
  
-For simple screenshots and/or annotating images, you can launch the preinstalled [[https://www.microsoft.com/​en-us/​p/​snip-sketch/​9mz95kl8mr0l|Snip & Sketch]] (//Capture d'​écran ​et croquis//) tool from the Start menu+French ​: //Outil Capture d'​écran//​
  
-  * Shortcut for taking a screenshot: ''​Win''​ + ''​Shift''​ + ''​S''​+For simple screenshots and/or annotating images, you can launch the preinstalled [[https://​www.microsoft.com/​en-us/​p/​snip-sketch/​9mz95kl8mr0l|Snip & Sketch]] (//Capture d'écran et croquis//) tool from the Start menu
  
 +  * Shortcut for taking a screenshot (and annotating it): ''​Win''​ + ''​Shift''​ + ''​S''​
 +  * You can only annotate (and save) the screenshot you have just taken. You can't open (and annotate) an existing image file
 ==== Autodesk SketchBook ==== ==== Autodesk SketchBook ====
  
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 ===== Backup software ===== ===== Backup software =====
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 +<WRAP center round important 60%>
 +You probably think that just copying a folder from time to time with a drag 'n drop is enough, but this becomes difficult to manage when the folder size grows and you have several folders to manage
 +</​WRAP>​
  
 There are several types of backup (**mirror**,​ incremental or differential imaging, cloning, 2 way synchronization,​ etc...) of different sources (full disks, partitions, **directories**,​ ...) to/from different destinations (**external disk**, cloud, ...) There are several types of backup (**mirror**,​ incremental or differential imaging, cloning, 2 way synchronization,​ etc...) of different sources (full disks, partitions, **directories**,​ ...) to/from different destinations (**external disk**, cloud, ...)
  
-Our basic need is to **mirror one //source directory// on a local disk to a //​destination directory// on an external disk** (check the users' manuals if you need more features). This can be easily done with [[#syncbackfree|SyncBackFree]] +Our basic need is to **mirror one //source directory// on a local disk to a //​destination directory// on an external disk** (check the users' manuals if you need more features). This can be easily done with [[#syncback|SyncBack]] 
-  * Copy all the files of the //source// to the //​destination//​. All the files are copied on the first run, only the new/changed files are copied on subsequent runs +  * Copy all the files of the //source// to the //​destination//​. All the files are copied on the **first run**, only the new/changed files are copied on **subsequent runs**. 
-  * <wrap hi>​Warning!</​wrap>​ if a file is not on the source anymore, //​mirroring//​ will automatically remove it from the destination! The idea is that the destination should be an exact copy of the source! If that's not what you want, check the //backup// (rather than //mirror//) options+  * <wrap hi>​Warning!</​wrap>​ if a file is not on the source anymore, //​mirroring//​ will automatically remove it from the destination! The idea is that the destination should be an exact copy of the source! If that's not what you want, check the //backup// (rather than //mirror//) options.
  
 Note: [[https://​en.wikipedia.org/​wiki/​List_of_backup_software|List of backup software]] (wikipedia) Note: [[https://​en.wikipedia.org/​wiki/​List_of_backup_software|List of backup software]] (wikipedia)
  
-==== SyncBackFree ​====+==== SyncBack ​====
  
-The [[https://​www.2brightsparks.com/​|SyncBack]] family of products **backup, synchronize,​ and restore data files**.+You can use the [[https://​www.2brightsparks.com/​|SyncBack]] family of products ​to **backup, synchronize,​ and restore data files**
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 +The //​SyncBack**Free**//​ version should be enough for **easily mirroring directories,​ or groups of directory to an external disk**, but you can compare the features available in SyncBack**Pro**,​ SyncBack**SE** and SyncBack**Free**: ​ [[https://​www.2brightsparks.com/​syncback/​compare-simple.html|summary comparison]] and [[https://​www.2brightsparks.com/​syncback/​compare.html|full comparison]]. 
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 +It is very important to backup your work regularly. <wrap hi>Check the [[other:​win10_syncback|Using SyncBack]] page for more details</​wrap>​.
  
-The //​SyncBackFree//​ version is enough for easily mirroring directories,​ or groups of directory to an external disk. Follow the links below to find about the available features 
-  * [[https://​www.2brightsparks.com/​syncback/​compare-simple.html|Simple products comparison]] 
-  * [[https://​www.2brightsparks.com/​syncback/​compare.html|Full features comparison]] 
  
 ==== Macrium Reflect ==== ==== Macrium Reflect ====
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 ===== VcXsrv Windows X Server ===== ===== VcXsrv Windows X Server =====
  
-<WRAP center round important 60%> +Check the [[other:win10wsl#installing_an_x_server|VcXrv ​installation and configuration ​section]] ​on the WSL+Ubuntu page
-Once VcXsrv is installed (see below), follow the [[other:​win10misc#​vcxsrv_x_server|VcXsrv on Win10 extra steps]] to solve the resolution problems (blurry text, etc...) +
-</​WRAP>​ +
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-Check the [[other:win7apps#vcxsrv_windows_x_server|Win7 VcXrv section]]+
  
 ===== Windows Subsystem for Linux (WSL) ===== ===== Windows Subsystem for Linux (WSL) =====
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