I looked at Windows 10 in the past couple of days, by installing a trial version of the Enterprise SKU (Creators Update included) and playing around with it for a bit. Long story short, two years in it's still a half-finished, half-broken piece of crap of an OS and I'm now just one step closer to ditching Windows altogether. No need to belabor that point, plenty of that in the Windows 10 thread already... Anyhow, my question is, is there any way to get Windows 7's "Previous Versions" functionality working in Windows 10? Clearly both the infrastructure (VSS) and the user interface in Windows Explorer (the Previous Versions tab in the File Properties dialog) still exist, but all I ever see in Explorer is "There are no previous versions available". I have seen a few posts where people claimed that this works in the Enterprise Edition only, but that was a while ago and perhaps by now Microsoft has discovered this as another neat feature they should remove in order to make Windows 10 as useless as humanly possible. Doe anyone have any insight into this? To be completely clear, I have no interest in the File History feature, all I want is Previous Versions.