@chasmc What size is your USB/Thumb drive? Because I backup to a 4GB drive and I've got dozens of backup files on it. Each about 80,KB to 85, KB (depending upon how old they are). Q user since DOS version 5 Now running Quicken Windows Subscription, Home & Business.
The data file normally resides on a thumb drive so the path is to the thumb drive and then to the Quicken folder. When I open Quicken it finds the QDF file. In the past two messages there were questions about OneDrive Protected Folders, Google Backup and Quicken Cloud. To the best of my knowledge I'm not using any of these.
You'll have two options for backing up your data: you can back up to your computer or an external drive (like a USB thumb drive), or, you can use Dropbox. Choose to back up your Quicken data file after running Quicken X times (between 1 - 99).
Save betterbasket.info file to media that will allow you to move it to your PC, such as a thumb drive or CD/DVD. Move the media (thumb drive or CD/DVD) to your computer running Windows. Open Quicken for Windows. Choose File > New Quicken File. Select New Quicken File, .