I want to back up my essential Windows Files for recovery of Windows itself and installed programs and settings.
I probably should have partitioned the 1Tb m.2 drive when first setting up my system but I didn't.. I found EaseUS Partition Manager the preports to do this for me and I downloaded it and ran it, only to find out the free version only supports up to 6 drives. Short of unplugging half the drives in my system to perform this task, is their another way to do this? I'd like to reserve, say 200Gb, for the system and put the rest on another partition for ease of backing up essential Windows Files for Recovery.
Alternatively, how to back up just the critical files so I can recover windows and all programs with their settings if needed? I think I did it with Macrium Reflect by selecting just "Create an image of the partition(s) required to backup and restore Windows" but that is a little vague as it may only do Windows itself and not other installed programs.