I am not talking about a Restore Point, but a full drive/partition/OS backup. I recall it was possible on Windows 8.1, but I cannot seem to start it on Windows 10. I go into general Settings -> Update & Security -> Backup -> Backup Using File History, press "More Options" and I see 2 options "See Advanced Settings" and "Restore Files from Current Backup", neither of which do anything or take me anywhere when I click on them. I did use Windows 10 "Things to do after Windows 10 installation" guide (with that .pdf file that contained a ton of reg tweaks to be placed into .cmd file). Those tweaks disabled a ton-crap of useless-to-me things, like all the spying (or as much as possible), needless background apps, Cortana, Windows Defender, etc., but up until now it hasn't caused any issues. I already created a backup with Acronis True Image 2015, but I would prefer a 2nd full-OS partition/drive backup using Windows-only approach. Is that possible?