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How to Revert WordPress: Undo WordPress Updates (Easy Way)

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Have you ever updated a WordPress plugin only to have the nouvelle version break your site?

This can be extremely frustrating and is one of the main reasons many beginners don’t always update plugins.

Dans cet article, we will show you how to reverse WordPress plugins as a version control system for beginners.

How to revert WordPress complementos (version control for the main ones) How to Restore WordPress Plugins (Version Control for Beginners)

When do you need to roll back WordPress plugins?

This is good practice for updating the WordPress website. This means that you must use the latest version of WordPress, addons and themes.

Unfortunately, on rare occasions, updates can break your website. This can happen if there is a bug in the code or if the update conflicts with your theme or another plugin.

This is why it is recommended to create a full security copy of WordPress before performing the cualquier update.

However, restoring your entire site from a backup can be a hassle, and you may lose other recent changes you want to keep. So instead of restoring a backup, if you know what completion caused the problem, you can easily revert the changes and report the problem to the developer so they can fix it.

Alternatively, you can manually install the previous version of the complement. But if you can still log in to your WordPress admin area, simply reverting the plugin version is more efficient.

Let’s take a look at how you can easily undo WordPress plugins using a version control designed for absolute beginners. But first, we’ll show you how to fix your website if it’s broken and you can’t log in.

  • What succeeded in blocking your website?
  • Revert WordPress Addons to an Earlier Version
  • Restore WordPress Themes to an Earlier Version

What succeeded in blocking your website?

Before you can revert a plugin or theme, you need to log in to your website.

But what if the updated plugin or theme has completely broken your website and shows the critical error or white screen of death? Or maybe your site is still running, but you can’t access the WordPress admin?

In those cases, you will need to deactivate your plugin or theme manually.

Manually Disable WordPress Addons

If an add-in update caused a serious problem on the WordPress website, it is recommended to disable all add-ons and re-enable them one by one.

You’ll need to refer to our guide on how to deactivate all plugins when not able to access wp-admin and follow one of the two methods to manually deactivate all of your plugins.

Manually disable add-ins Manually disable plugins

You should now be able to log in to your WordPress admin area. You can move on to the second section below and learn how to roll back the problem plugin to an earlier version. After that, you can reactivate your plugins one by one.

Deactivating WordPress Themes Manually

If an updated theme is the cause of your website problems, then we recommend that you download a copy of that theme to your computer and then delete the theme.

You can learn how to do that in our step by step guide on how to uninstall and delete a WordPress theme. You’ll have to carefully follow the sections on how to prepare before deleting a WordPress theme, and how to delete the theme via FTP or the cPanel File Manager.

Theme Elimination Manual Manually delete a theme

After that, you should be able to log in to your WordPress admin area again. You’ll need to upload the theme folder from your computer to your website, and then scroll down to the third section below to learn how to roll back the plugin to a previous version.

Are You Still Seeing an Error Message?

If you are still seeing an error message that prevents you from logging in to WordPress, then you should make a note of the error and then see if our guide on what to do when you are locked out of WordPress admin offers a fix for that error.

If not, then check our list of the 50 most common WordPress errors and how to fix them. You can also see our guide on how to properly ask for WordPress support for more options to get help with the error.

Rolling Back a WordPress Plugin to a Previous Version

The first thing you need to do is install and activate the WP Rollback plugin. For more details, see our step by step guide on how to install a WordPress plugin.

Upon activation, go to the Plugins » Installed Plugins page and you will notice a new ‘Rollback’ link below each plugin that you installed from the WordPress.org plugin directory.

Note: You won’t be able to rollback third party plugins that aren’t in the official WordPress plugin directory.

Plugins page now has a new rollback link The plugins page now has a new restore link

When you need to revert to a previous version of the plugin, simply visit the plugins page and click the ‘Rollback’ link below that plugin.

The WP Rollback plugin will take you to a page where you can see which version you have installed and the versions you can rollback to.

Select a version to roll back to Select a version to restore

Simply select an older version and then click the ‘Rollback’ button.

The plugin will now display a warning message. This message simply informs you that you should create a complete WordPress backup before proceeding.

WP Rollback shows announcement message WP Rollback affichera un message d'avertissement

If you already have a recent backup of your WordPress site, then you can continue by clicking on the ‘Rollback’ button.

WP Rollback will download and replace your current version with the version you selected. Don’t forget to click the ‘Activate Plugin’ link when you’re ready.

WP Rollback téléchargera et installera la version précédente WP Rollback téléchargera et installera la version précédente

Rolling Back WordPress Themes to Previous Version

If you are using a free theme downloaded from WordPress.org theme directory, then WP Rollback can also rollback your theme.

Simply go to Appearance » Themes page and click on the theme that you want to rollback.

Cliquez sur le thème que vous souhaitez restaurer Cliquez sur le thème que vous souhaitez restaurer

The ‘Theme Details’ popup will appear that displays the name and description of the plugin, a link to enable auto-updates, and a button to customize the theme.

You will also notice a ‘Rollback’ button in the bottom right corner.

Cliquez sur le bouton de retour en arrière dans le coin inférieur droit Cliquez sur le bouton de retour en arrière dans le coin inférieur droit

If you don’t see a rollback option, then first make sure that the theme is from the WordPress.org theme directory. The plugin does not work on themes downloaded from any other sources.

If you are certain that the theme you are trying to rollback is from WordPress.org directory, then you just need to visit the Dashboard » Updates page. This will force WordPress to check for updates.

Now come back to the themes page and click on the theme you wanted to rollback. You should now be able to click the ‘Rollback’ button.

This will take you to a page where you can see the theme version which is currently installed, and a list of versions you can rollback to.

Sélectionnez la version que vous souhaitez restaurer Sélectionnez la version que vous souhaitez restaurer

Simply select a previous version and then click the ‘Rollback’ button.

A warning message will be displayed reminding you to complete a backup before continuing.

WP Rollback affichera un message d'avertissement WP Rollback affichera un message d'avertissement

If you recently created a backup of your site, then you can safely click the ‘Rollback’ button.

The version of the theme you selected will be downloaded and replace the current version. If you want to use the theme on your website, then you should click the ‘Activate’ link.

WP Rollback téléchargera et installera la version précédente WP Rollback téléchargera et installera la version précédente

We hope this tutorial helped you learn how to rollback WordPress plugins like a version control system for beginners. You may also want to learn how to create a free business email address, or check out our list of the most common WordPress errors and how to fix them.

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How to Downgrade WordPress & Roll Back to a Previous Version

Actualizado en August 18, 2022 – Simón Keating

Most software companies stress the importance of updating, so downgrading can feel quite unnatural. But you might run into circumstances where you need to revert to a previous version of a program or operating system you’re using — WordPress is no different in this regard. 

While WordPress tries to maintain backwards compatibility between versions, you might still encounter changes in a new release that cause issues for your site. In these cases, you may need to downgrade to a previous version so that your website continues to function properly while you troubleshoot any problems or wait for a bug fix to be released. 

In this article, we’ll discuss: 

  • Reasons why you might need to downgrade WordPress
  • How to downgrade WordPress manually and with a plugin
  • How to downgrade themes and plugins manually and with a plugin
  • How to upgrade or downgrade PHP versions

Before you downgrade WordPress to a previous version

Downgrading WordPress core shouldn’t be your first step when troubleshooting problems on your website. It’s not usually WordPress that is to blame when an issue arises after an update. It’s more likely to be a theme or plugin issue. 

Since WordPress updates often contain essential security fixes as well as new features, reverting to an old version of WordPress may leave your website vulnerable to hacks or cause further compatibility issues with your themes and plugins. 

Before downgrading WordPress or doing any other troubleshooting steps, make a backup of your site. If possible, you should copy your site to a staging environment and do all your troubleshooting there so as not to further disrupt any functionality on your live site. Then, before reverting to a previous version of WordPress, try other troubleshooting methods like: 

  • Deactivating all plugins and re-activating them one by one
  • Switching to a default theme like Twenty Twenty-One
  • Making sure all your plugins and themes are up to date
  • Reviewing the Common WordPress Errors and FAQ Troubleshooting guides

As a last resort, you can then try downgrading WordPress core. Just remember that downgrading WordPress should never be a permanent fix. It should only be a temporary measure while you troubleshoot and solve any problems your site is experiencing.

Reasons to downgrade WordPress

1. A WordPress update included significant changes that are not compatible with your theme or plugins

A common reason for wanting to downgrade WordPress is that an update broke a plugin or theme feature. While most problems you’ll encounter are due to an issue with a plugin or theme rather than a problem with WordPress core, sometimes there are major changes to WordPress that can cause compatibility issues with themes or plugins. 

For instance, when Gutenberg was released, there were many plugins and themes that were not compatible right away. It took some developers months, and sometimes even years, to update their code so that it was compatible with Gutenberg. A Classic Editor plugin was released that allowed users to continue to use the old WordPress editor interface, giving developers time to catch up while still allowing WordPress users to keep their version of WordPress core up to date. 

If you encounter major changes like this in new versions of WordPress, you may need to revert back to a previous WordPress version while you wait for your theme or plugins to be updated by their authors. 

2. Your site uses a theme or plugin that has been abandoned or is infrequently updated by the author

Sometimes you may run into a situation, especially with free themes and plugins, where the software is never updated to work with the latest version of WordPress. The developer may have abandoned the project or could make updates on a very infrequent basis. Over time, the theme or plugin may become incompatible with the latest version of WordPress and begin causing problems on your site. 

If the plugin you’re using is from the WordPress.org library, you can visit the plugin page and see the last version of WordPress it was tested with. If it hasn’t been tested with the latest version, you’ll see a notification at the top of the page indicating this: 

Avis WordPress concernant un plugin qui n'a pas été mis à jour

If this is the case, you should try disabling that plugin to see if it resolves your issue. You should also check the WordPress.org forums (located on the Support tab on the plugin’s page) to see if any other users are experiencing the issue and if there are any fixes suggested. You can also post your own forum topic to reach out to the plugin or theme author to see if they’re releasing an update soon. 

forum pour un plugin WordPress

If the plugin or theme hasn’t been updated over several WordPress version releases and you don’t get any solutions to your problems from the developer or other WordPress.org forum members, you can pretty safely assume it’s been abandoned. At this point, you’ll want to start looking for an alternative plugin or theme. 

If you have no choice but to stick with the problem plugin or theme in the short term, then consider downgrading WordPress.

3. You’re using an old version of PHP

PHP is the programming language that WordPress is written in and, like most software, it’s improved and upgraded over time. WordPress requires your web host to run at least PHP 7.4 at the time of this article’s publication. If you’re using anything below this, you may run into problems. Conversely, running a higher version may also lead to issues if plugins or themes haven’t added compatibility yet.

If your PHP version is below 7.4, you’ll want to update it to 7.4. If, for some reason, you’re not able to immediately update to 7.4, you may need to downgrade WordPress to a release that is compatible with your version of PHP until you’re able to update.

How to downgrade your WordPress site manually

If you’re comfortable using SFTP, then the manual method of downgrading your website is an option. However, using this method, it’s easy to make mistakes with catastrophic results, so be sure to have backups of your site before attempting this. Also, it’s best to implement your changes on a staging site first if at all possible.

If you’re new to using SFTP, read the “Using Filezilla” WordPress.org documentation for a full walkthrough of how to use SFTP to access your WordPress site. The documentation is specific to FileZilla, but the steps should be similar for other SFTP programs. 

1. Deactivate plugins and theme

It’s wise to deactivate your plugins and theme before downgrading your WordPress version. Make sure to activate one of the default WordPress themes like Twenty Twenty-One in place of your current theme. There are two ways to deactivate plugins and themes:

1) Deactivate plugins from the WordPress dashboard

  • Log in to your dashboard
  • Go to Plugins
  • Select all plugins
  • Choose Deactivate
  • Click Apply

désactiver les plugins dans WordPress

2) Activate the Twenty Twenty-One theme from the WordPress dashboard

  • Log in to your dashboard
  • Go to Appearance Themes
  • If you have Twenty Twenty-One installed already, you can hover over the theme and then click Activate.

activation du thème Twenty Twenty-One

  • If you don’t have Twenty Twenty-One or another default WordPress theme installed, you can click WordPress.org Themes and activate Twenty Twenty-One.

3) Deactivate plugins and themes via SFTP

If you don’t have access to your WordPress dashboard, the only choice is to manually deactivate your plugins and theme. To do this, you’ll need to log in to your website via SFTP. You’ll need your SFTP credentials for your web server and an SFTP client such as FileZilla, WinSCP, or Transmit. If you aren’t sure what your login details are, then ask your web host. 

In your SFTP program, navigate to the /wp-content/plugins directory on your server and rename it to “plugins-deactivated”. 

renommer le dossier du plugin via SFTP

By renaming the folder, WordPress will no longer be able to find your plugins and will deactivate them automatically.

In your Themes folder on your server, find your active theme and rename it to something else (e.g. yourthemename-deactivated). Since WordPress cannot find your theme, it will automatically default to a WordPress theme that is already installed. 

If you don’t have a default WordPress theme installed, you can download one from WordPress.org. It will download as a .zip file, so make sure you unzip it and upload the folder via SFTP to your themes folder on your web server.

2. Download an old version of WordPress

You can find old versions of WordPress on the official WordPress.org website. You should download the version as a .zip file and unzip it somewhere that is easy to find.

3. Prepare the files

Downgrading WordPress manually means that you’ll overwrite the new version of WordPress installed on your server with an older version. However, the downgraded version you just downloaded will contain files that you definitely don’t want to overwrite. Delete the following files from the downgraded version:

  • The wp-content folder. This folder contains your website’s media, plugins, and themes, so you want to keep your current one. Go ahead and delete this folder from the downgraded version.
  • The wp-config.php file. The wp-config.php file currently installed on your server should not be overwritten with the one from the downgraded version of WordPress. This file contains important configuration data and ensures that your WordPress installation connects to the database. This information is critical and if you overwrite it, you’ll have to find and enter all your database information back into this file before you’ll be able to access your site on the front end or through the WordPress dashboard.

4. Transfer the downgraded version of WordPress using SFTP

Before opening your SFTP application, make sure you have the downgraded version of WordPress you want to upload on your computer. Open your SFTP program and navigate to the location of the downgraded version on your computer (usually in the left pane of your SFTP software). 

On your server (usually the right pane), navigate to the public directory. This is often called public_html, www, or your site’s name. It could be named something else, but you’ll know you’re in the WordPress directory when you see the wp-config.php file and folders like wp-admin, wp-includes, and wp-content inside of it. If you’re still uncertain of the correct directory, contact your host for assitance. 

fichiers mis en surbrillance sur votre ordinateur dans Filezilla

Important: Double-check that you’ve removed the wp-content directory and wp-config.php file from the old version you downloaded. Do not overwrite these files. 

Now you need to drag the old WordPress files from your computer over to your web server, overwriting all of the core files, including the contents of the wp-admin and wp-includes directories. This may take a little while as it pushes and overwrites all the files.

5. Update the database

After your files have been transferred, you should be able to log back into your WordPress site to complete the last few steps of this process. You may be asked to “upgrade” your database when you log in to your site — you should proceed with this.

6. Reactivate theme and plugins

Next, you need to restore your theme and plugins. If you deactivated these from the WordPress dashboard previously, it will be a similar process to restore them. If you deactivated your plugins and theme manually, you’ll need to reactivate them manually as well. 

1) Activating your theme from the WordPress dashboard:

  • Go to Appearance Themes
  • Hover over the theme you want to activate and then click Activate.

2) Activating your plugins from the WordPress dashboard:

  • Go to Plugins
  • Select all plugins
  • Choose Activate
  • Click Apply

3) Activating your theme via SFTP

Log in to your web server via SFTP, go to wp-content/themes and rename your theme back to its original name.

Renaming the theme folder back to its original name will not automatically reactivate it, so from this point you’ll need to log into your WordPress dashboard and reactivate your theme.

4) Activating your plugins via SFTP

Log in to your web server via SFTP, go to wp-content/plugins-deactivated, and rename it back to “plugins”. This won’t automatically reactivate your plugins, but it will allow WordPress to now find and recognize them. You should now be able to log in to the WordPress dashboard and activate your plugins from the Plugins screen.

7. Deactivate automatic WordPress updates

To prevent your WordPress version from being updated again, you should deactivate automatic WordPress updates. This should only be a short-term measure while you fix any issues. To do this, log in to your website via SFTP or using your host’s control panel file manager and edit your wp-config.php file, adding the following line:

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define( ‘AUTOMATIC_UPDATER_DISABLED’, true );

Once you’ve fixed your site issues, be sure to go back and delete this line to reactivate automatic updates. 

While this process should be pretty seamless, if you do encounter issues, simply restore a backup that you took prior to downgrading.

How to downgrade WordPress core using a plugin

If you’re currently using Jetpack to back up your WordPress site, you have a simple and risk-free way of downgrading your WordPress installation.

  1. Log in to your WordPress.com account.
  2. Go to Jetpack Activity Log.
  3. Search for the specific day or activity that you’d like to restore to.
  4. Click Restore.
  5. You’re now presented with some options of exactly what you would like to restore. In this case, you would only need to restore your “WordPress root.”
  6. Click Confirm restore.
  7. Your restore will now begin. You can follow the progress of this using the Activity Log.
  8. Once restoration is complete, it will present you with a confirmation message. Click View Site to navigate to your website.
  9. If you’re asked to upgrade your database once logged in, then proceed with this.

You should now have your WordPress installation downgraded. You may want to turn automatic WordPress updates off temporarily while you fix any issues. To do this, log in to your website via SFTP or using your host’s control panel file manager and edit your wp-config.php file, adding the following line:

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define( ‘AUTOMATIC_UPDATER_DISABLED’, true );

Once you’ve fixed your site’s issues, be sure to go back and delete this line to reactivate automatic updates.

How to downgrade WordPress themes or plugins

There may be times where a plugin or theme update breaks your site or has bugs. While developers are usually quick to fix things, these can still leave problems on your site for hours or days while a patch is released. In this case, you may revert to a previous version of the theme or plugin. This should only be seen as a temporary solution, though, and precautions should be taken such as creating a backup before proceeding and testing it first on a staging site.

Manually downgrading WordPress themes and plugins

If you aren’t currently making regular backups of your site, you may not have the option to revert back to a previous version of a theme or plugin. In this case, you’ll need to manually retrieve and install a previous version of the problematic plugin or theme.

Depending on where you acquired the theme or plugin, you may be able to download a previous version from your account on the plugin or theme author’s website. If not, you’ll need to contact the developer and ask if they can make a previous version available to you. Once you’ve gotten the old version, you can begin the process of manually replacing the new version on your server. 

Downgrading a theme manually

To manually downgrade a theme, you’ll want to first deactivate it via SFTP. Do not delete the theme as this will delete your theme settings. You can deactivate your theme using the steps outlined in the Deactivate plugins and themes via SFTP section. 

Once you’ve deactivated your theme by renaming the folder in your SFTP application, you’ll want to upload the new theme from your computer to the themes folder on your server by dragging the folder from the left pane (your computer) to the right pane (your server).

arrastrando un thème personnalisé a su carpeta wp-content a través de SFTP

At this point, you can log into your WordPress dashboard and reactivate the downgraded version of your theme. Check that it’s working correctly before deleting the deactivated version of the theme from your server.

Downgrading a plugin manually

Manually downgrading a plugin involves the same process as manually downgrading a theme. In your SFTP program, navigate to the wp-content/plugins directory on your server and rename the problem plugin by adding “-deactivated” to the plugin’s folder name.

Drag your downgraded plugin folder from your computer (left pane) to the plugins folder on your server (right pane).

restaurer une version antigua d'un complément à través de SFTP

Log back into your WordPress dashboard and go to the Plugins screen. Select your downgraded plugin and then click Activate. Check to make sure the plugin is working as intended before deleting the deactivated version of the plugin from your server via your SFTP application.

Using Jetpack Backup to downgrade WordPress plugins and themes

If you’re already using Jetpack Backup, then you can easily restore plugins or themes to a previous point in time.

  1. Log in to your WordPress.com account.
  2. Go to Jetpack Activity Log.
  3. Search for the specific day or activity that you’d like to restore to.
  4. Click Restore.
  5. You’re now presented with some options of exactly what you would like to restore. Select WordPress Themes or WordPress Plugins (or both).
  6. Click Confirm restore.
  7. Your restore will now begin. You can follow the progress of this using the Activity Log.
  8. Once restoration is complete, it will present you with a confirmation message. Click View Site to navigate to your website.

Using WP Rollback to downgrade WordPress plugins and themes

WP Rollback is a plugin that allows you to downgrade specific plugins or themes from WordPress.org to a previous version. Unlike with Jetpack, you’ll need to handle backing up your website manually (or with a plugin) prior to using WP Rollback. 

You can still use WP Rollback with Jetpack handling backups if you want to downgrade an individual plugin. However, if you’re only using WP Rollback and not Jetpack Backup, you’ll only be able to restore previous versions of plugins from the WordPress.org libraries. You’ll have to downgrade any free or premium plugins from another source manually.

We strongly recommend that you create a backup before rolling back a plugin or theme and test this on a staging site.

Install WP Rollback

  1. Log in to your WordPress dashboard.
  2. Vaya a Complementos → Agregar nuevo y busque “revertir”.
  3. Instalar y activar WP Rollback .

le complément de WP Rollback dans la bibliothèque WP.org

Use WP Rollback para degradar complementos

  1. Vaya a Complementos , busque el complemento que desea degradar y haga clic en Revertir.
  2. Ahora se le preguntará a qué versión desea cambiar.
  3. Seleccione la versión del complemento que desee y haga clic en Revertir .
  4. Su complemento ahora se degradará. Deberá reactivar el complemento una vez que haya terminado. 

Versions du complément WP Rollback

Use WP Rollback para degradar temas

  1. Ve a Apariencia Temas y haz clic en Detalles del tema en el que te gustaría bajar de categoría. Haga clic en Revertir .
  2. Ahora se le preguntará a qué versión desea cambiar.
  3. Seleccione la versión del tema que desee y haga clic en Revertir .
  4. Su tema ahora será degradado. Si es su tema en vivo, asegúrese de que todavía esté activo después de la degradación.

Cómo actualizar/degradar la versión PHP de su sitio web

Puede haber raras ocasiones en las que necesite actualizar o degradar su versión de PHP para descartarlo como un problema en su sitio web. 

Si tiene problemas después de actualizar el núcleo de WordPress o un complemento, es posible que esté ejecutando una versión de PHP demasiado antigua. En este caso, debería considerar actualizar la versión de PHP del sitio web de WordPress . 

Es mucho menos probable que necesites cambiar a una versión anterior de PHP. Sin embargo, si decide utilizar la última versión de PHP, es posible que algunos complementos o temas no sean compatibles y será necesario cambiar a una versión anterior.

No debe usar una versión de PHP inferior a 7.4 si es posible, ya que esta es la versión mínima recomendada actual para ejecutar WordPress.

Estas instrucciones asumen que está utilizando un host basado en cPanel. Si no está seguro, su proveedor de alojamiento debería poder ayudarlo con esto. Como siempre, realice una copia de seguridad antes de realizar cualquier cambio y pruébelo primero en un entorno de prueba.

  1. Inicie sesión en cPanel.
  2. Desplácese hacia abajo hasta Software y haga clic en MultiPHP Manager.
  3. Seleccione su nombre de dominio y use el menú desplegable para seleccionar la nueva versión de PHP.

édition de la version de PHP en cpanel

  1. Haga clic en Aplicar para guardar los cambios. Este cambio surte efecto casi inmediatamente en la mayoría de los hosts.
  2. Navegue a su sitio web y verifique si hay errores.

Facilite las reversiones y la resolución de problemas con copias de seguridad en tiempo real 

Si bien puede degradar WordPress, así como complementos y temas manualmente, puede llevar bastante tiempo. Ser capaz de restaurar todo su sitio, un tema o solo una versión de un complemento desde una copia de seguridad hace que la resolución y solución de problemas tome mucho menos tiempo. 

Las copias de seguridad periódicas no solo le permiten volver rápidamente a una versión anterior cuando una actualización sale mal, sino que también lo protegen en caso de que su sitio sea pirateado o si accidentalmente elimina algo importante. También facilitan la migración de su sitio a un nuevo host o entorno de ensayo para realizar pruebas. 

Your Hosting Provider may provide security copies, but it is risky to rely on your web server as the sole source of your backups. Using Jetpack Backup, the best WordPress backup plugin, offering secure external backup and easy one-click restores you can trust.

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