MADRID, Oct. 2 (Portaltic/EP) –
Microsoft will hide the windows backup application in some professional and educational versions of both operating systems with a future update.
Microsoft introduced a new backup application in Windows 10 and 11 in May, accessible through a Microsoft account, which began to be installed on users’ computers in August.
This means that It is intended onlyfor now, For consumer, non-professional equipment users, nor with Azure Active Directory (AAD) or Active Directory (AD) accounts, as the company clarifies in an article on the Support page. For these last users it will show an error message.
This application is also a system component, which means that it cannot be removed, but the company has updated the aforementioned article to inform that it will release an update with which The app will be hidden from AAD or AD users on Pro, Education, and Enterprise versions of Windows 10 and 11.
“For example, after installing the future Windows update, Windows Backup will not appear in the ‘All Apps’ or ‘Installed Apps’ lists“, details the company.