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Automatic back up to one drive

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Yes, you can set up an auto backup system that takes your key folders and backs them up to OneDrive at regular intervals. Here are the steps to do so:

Sign in to your OneDrive account on your computer.
Create a new folder in OneDrive and name it as per your preference.
Go to the folder location on your computer that you want to backup to OneDrive.
Select the folder and right-click on it.
Select "Copy" or "Cut".
Go to the OneDrive folder that you created in step 2 and right-click inside the folder.
Select "Paste" to paste the folder in OneDrive.
Once the folder is synced, OneDrive will automatically backup any changes made to the folder at regular intervals.


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