When you’re working on your documents or photos and need to save them as a backup to your computer, it’s sometimes best to use a file uploader.
But that won’t be possible with Microsoft Edge.
Here’s how you can upload your files and videos to Microsoft Edge and still get your files back when you delete them.
Select a folder in your computer and click File.
Click the Upload button at the top right of the screen.
You’ll see a drop-down list that shows which folders you can open in Microsoft Edge’s built-in browser.
Click a folder to open it in Microsoft Office.
If you’re using the built-up version of Microsoft Edge, the File Upload menu will show up next to the options.
Click Save to save your files.
You can save your file using the File menu or in Microsoft Word, Excel, PowerPoint, and other Office apps.
In Microsoft Edge it’s easy to save files as PDF files, and you can save files in the Photos app.
When you delete your files in Microsoft Outlook, they’ll be lost forever.
To save files on Microsoft Edge or on Microsoft Word or Excel, click the File icon on the upper right of Microsoft’s main window.
Choose a file type from the drop-downs and choose Upload.
You may see a notification pop up telling you that the file is already saved.
If your file type is already stored on Microsoft’s servers, you can use File Upload to transfer it to Microsoft’s cloud servers.
When the upload completes, click File Select to return to the main menu.
This will open a new window where you can specify your file.
If a file you’re uploading doesn’t exist, you’ll be prompted to create a new file.
This is where you’ll need to specify your options.
Click File Select again.
You will be prompted for your account name and password.
You are now ready to upload your file to Microsoft.
Now that your file has been uploaded, you will see the upload progress in Microsoft’s server browser.
You won’t see a progress bar or any other indication of how long it’s taken.
If it takes longer than 20 seconds, it’ll show you a message.
If the upload isn’t successful, a message will appear asking if you want to resubmit.
If this happens, click Yes.
The new file will be saved to your Microsoft Edge account.
The file will have an extension of .jpg, .jpgx, or .png.
Microsoft Edge will save the file as a JPEG file, and the upload will proceed.
If there’s no new file uploaded, it will appear to be a success.
The download will continue to progress, and Microsoft Edge can tell you if it’s successful or not.
Microsoft recommends that you use the File Select tool to upload files as JPEGs.
If that doesn’t work for you, click Add File from the File Menu to add a new JPEG file.
Microsoft says the upload speed depends on the size of the file and the size and quality of the image.
You should be able to upload a file that’s 1.5GB or more.
To stop the upload, click Stop.
The upload will continue until you decide to delete the file.
Delete the file by right-clicking on it in the folder where you uploaded it and choosing Delete.