The Windows Insider program involves receiving pre-release builds of Windows 10. A huge number of users are participants of the program on different Rings. This allows them to receive very fresh versions of the operating system with new features. Often, new builds come with bugs which can make the computer unbootable or unusable. In this case, it is a good idea to go back to a previous build.
The Previous Versions context menu command is a special item which allows you to quickly review and restore a previous version of a file or folder stored on your NTFS partition. It utilizes the Shadow Copy feature of the file system and relies on System Restore. If you find no use for it, here is how to disable it.
In this article, we will see how to use the Windows 10 feature to Restore Previous Versions of files. It allows the user to access a back-dated version of a file or folder which was modified over time.