Windows 10 Receives Windows 11 Backup Tool in Latest Update
Even with the ongoing introduction of new features in Windows 11 and Microsoft’s efforts of its users to switch to it, the company is showing its dedication to Windows 10 users. The company introduced a new tool from Windows 11 in a recent Windows 10, (KB5029331) update. This update brings a noteworthy addition for Windows 10 users: the new Windows Backup app, which you can now download.
Although the Windows Backup app is planned to become a standard feature for all Windows 10 users eventually, currently, it’s only available to those who actively search for it. This is because the KB5029331 update, currently optional, serves as a preview of an upcoming release.
For users who can’t wait for the Windows Backup app and explore other improvements in the KB5029331 update promptly, there are a couple of options. You can manually search for optional updates or use the Microsoft Update Catalog to get the update package.
The KB5029331 update offers more than just the Windows Backup app. Microsoft included a wider range of updates and enhancements in the package, which you can check out at the following page: August 22, 2023—KB5029331 (OS Build 19045.3393) Preview – Microsoft Support