Google has replaced the + (plus) operator for their search. While looking for a certain expression (using the plus operator) Google tells that from now an double quotation marks are necessary to find an exact expression.
Not sure if I like this, however, it looks like there are not many options to ignore this change. This probably has to do with all the G+ notation. It feels to me as bad as product and event names like .net or build which in combination with the new double quotation mark operator find some 2,490,000,000 results not relevant at all.
After a recent data loss, I had to restore several backups from various sources. Unfortunately, some of these backups were made on a Windows Server 2003 machine. However, it seems that Windows 7 does not come with any possibility to restore these backups out of the box, though.
The Windows NT Backup – Restore Utility seems to be the solution for this issue. During installation you might get the notification to turn on Removable Storage Management – on Windows Vista.
However, this is one of the features not available in Windows 7 anymore. Fortunately, Microsoft did release another version of this tool for Windows 7. Even the tool itself is now called Windows NT Backup Restore Utility for Windows 7 and for Windows Server 2008 R2 you will find it only as Update for Windows 7 x64-based Systems (KB974674) on the Web – of course this would be the exactly what you are going to look for, yes?
Once downloaded the right bits and installed, you will see the familiar UI of the former backup tool.
Simply follow the Restore Wizard to access your old backups.