|As per thx 1138 - don't rely on flash drives for backup and serious storage... At the least use DVD (and if possible consider an external hard drive too).|
All windows have their back up utilities of course; and there are third-party apps too. Acronis and Easus are two that come to mind ( have used Acronis to great effect). They allow disk spanning too. Many pholks refer to backup when they mean actually copying data.
A true backup requires the OS to have compatible software to read it; (it's all in code) Whereas straight copies are just that; and accessible by any OS able to access/read the file format.
Anything really important - make two sets of disks; and keep them safe and apart. Also update regularly too. Develop the habit of copying all data to external (DVD) storage each time you make any changes, create/save anything new?
Cloud storage has its uses' but local (not "online) is also useful and also more secure? Notwithstanding most Cloud storage is relatively safe... ; which doesn't mean it can't and hasn't been - hacked - as per a few recent "celebrity" cases...)
Also please try to avoid using "all capitals" - but use them where grammatically/syntactically appropriate of course... All capitals is hard(er) to read; is often considered to be shouting...; and many here will simply ignore a post it it's all in capitals...