A copy of a file created as a safety precaution in case anything happens to the original.
Duplicate of an existing file.
(computer science) a computer file dedicated to storing and updating computer backups
a copy of a file which is kept in case anything happens to the original file
a copy of the old contents of a file you are editing
a tab separated text file
In Windows 95, a compressed version of the original file and its locations created by Backup.
A backup file records the contents that a file had before the current editing session. Emacs makes backup files automatically to help you track down or cancel changes you later regret making. See section M.3.1 Backup Files.
A compressed version of the original file and its locations created by Backup (Windows 95 and higher version).
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