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    The registry is home to all the settings of all Windows software and systems, it's like a human mist.

    And a single error in the Registry can cause errors for the entire Windows operating system, making it impossible for you to boot into the operating system.

    Microsoft has previously backed up the Windows Registry automatically to directories Regback so that when there's an error, you can recover it. However, from Windows 10 versions 1803, 1809 and 1903 ... back here, this feature has been turned off. Therefore, this article I will guide you how to manually enable the feature Automatically back up the Registry on Windows Please.

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    #first. How to turn on the automatic backup feature Registry on Windows 10

    According to Microsoft, this problem is not an error, but to reduce the size of Windows on the drive.

    And they recommend that Windows 10 users should use the System Restore feature instead of backing up and restoring the Registry as traditionally by folders Regback. But if you want the system to use Registry backup, follow the instructions below.

    + Step 1: Open the Registry Editor, using the key combination Windows + S to open Windows Search => then you search with keywords regedit => and choose the first result.

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    Or The faster and more common way is to use the key combination Windows + R to open Windows RUN => and you also enter the keyword regedit => then press OK is to be.

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    + Step 2: You access the following link:

    HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE System CurrentControlSet Control Session Manager Configuration Manager

    Or You can quickly access it by copying this address and pasting it into the address bar Registry Editor => and ENTER is to come right away without fear of making a mistake.

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    + Step 3: Select the white box on the right, create a new key by right-clicking => choose New => select continue DWORD (32-bit) Value => and name this new key EnablePeriodicBackup for me.

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    + Step 4: Continue right-click on the key just created => and select Modify… Or Double-click Click that key to correct the value.

    You correct the word value 0 Fort first, and the type is left at the default Hexadecimal.

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    + Step 5: Now close the Registry Editor window and restart Windows for the changes to take effect.

    And as I said at the beginning of the article, just one mistake can make the whole system fail so you have to be very careful when editing the Registry.

    And if you often edit the Registry, you should backup it manually, and turn it on System Restore one more for sure: D.

    As I said above, Microsoft's purpose when turning off the auto backup feature is to save memory capacity, but with today's modern technology, computer hard drives have a huge capacity - tons of TB. - and it's getting bigger and bigger, so it's a few hundred MB Backups doesn't mean much. So I recommend that you turn this feature back on!

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    #2. Where is the folder where the Registry files are stored?

    Yes, after the auto Backup Registry then the backup file will be in the directory RegBack of the operating system drive, with the following specific path:

    C: Windows System32 Config RegBack

    If the process of automatically saving the Registry file fails, please backup the Registry manually according to this tutorial!

    # 3. Epilogue

    Okey, so I have just taught you how Automatically backup the Registry on Windows 10 Alright then.

    Backup the Registry, as well as regular Backup the system is a must do to limit the loss of data due to Win errors. Hope this article will help you in the process of use.

    Good luck !

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