Category Archives: Community Awareness

Exploring Monitoring File History on Windows 8 and Windows 10

Warning/Error message in Event Viewer

Error – Unable to finish a backup cycle for configuration C:\Users\[user_login]\AppData\Local\Microsoft\Windows\FileHistory\Configuration\Config

Warning – File was not backed up due to an error: C:\Users\[user_login]\AppData\Local\Microsoft\Outlook\
Windows will attempt to back up the file at a later time.

Warning – Unusual condition was encountered during scanning user libraries for changes and performing backup of modified files for configuration C:\Users\[user_login]\AppData\Local\Microsoft\Windows\FileHistory\Configuration\Config

Event Viewer Log Location

Applications and Services Logs / Microsoft / Windows /  FileHistory-Engine

PETITION: Global War or Global Unity ?

What is unfolding on Europe’s doorstep today is not only a migration crises unparallelled in recent history. It is a humanitarian crises beyond measure.

Far too many have already lost their lives in the Mediterranean Sea. And yet, the death toll only continues to mount with the surging number of migrants and refugees crossing from Africa and the Middle East or attempting to reach Europe through remote land borders. The number of people resorting to smuggling at the cost of dying at sea or hidden in trucks, is a tragedy. Children are separated from their parents, families are shattered, lives are broken. The risks and conditions migrants are encountering is nothing less than unacceptable. What the world is witnessing today is on course to be the worst migration and humanitarian crises since the second World War.

We do not have the right to remain silent, to do nothing. What can be done?

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Just because it isn’t happening here. Doesn’t mean isn’t happening.

Thousands of Icelanders have said they would welcome Syrian refugees into their homes after their government announced last month it would accept just 50 people into the country.


In a Facebook campaign launched by Icelandic author, Bryndis Bjorgvinsdottir, some 12,000 people – 4% of the Icelandic population – offered to welcome refugees into their homes.

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[Source: HuffingtonPost]