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You can view all of the files you currently have backed up from the Restore tab of the CrashPlan app. You can start restoring files as soon as they back up – no need to wait for your entire backup to complete! Let's take a look at what you've already backed up and your restore options. Then, let's restore some files!
The Restore tab has three basic parts, each described below:
If you are backing up multiple computers, you can pick the one you want to restore. Similarly, if you are backing up to multiple destinations, you can pick the destination you want to restore from. These options display at the top of the tab:
If you are only backing up one computer, or backing up to only one destination, then your source and destination are pre-selected for you.
The expandable list of files in the middle of the Restore tab displays all of the files you have already backed up. You can restore whole folders or individual files by selecting the corresponding checkboxes in this file list.
If you are looking for a specific file, you can enter a portion of the file name in the search field. You can also search for a particular file extension (for example, JPEG).
In the example above, the version icon shows there are three versions of the Psych Fall Midterm document available for restore.
CrashPlan suggests default settings for restoring your files, including the version, permissions, and location of restored files, as well has how to handle file name conflicts. You can click the links in this restore description to see your options and change the selection.
Now that you understand each part of this screen, restoring a file is easy!
It's that simple!
Restoring from the CrashPlan app is just one option for restoring files backed up to CrashPlan Central. Click Next below to learn about accessing your account and restoring files from the CrashPlan web app.