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prompted for a name, so call it “With athlete trace”, then click OK. Now you should see  the following.   Take a screenshot of the snapshot tree. Snapshots allow you to keep multiple versions of your virtual machines. These can be  invaluable when you are doing system experiments, because you can go back to a  previous snapshot to get to a clean or working image. What you should do now is practice switching back and forth between the two  snapshots (right click on a name, then Restore snapshot), then start the virtual machine  as usual. The original snapshot will not have the file ‘athlete’ on the desktop, but the  newer one will have it. Make sure you are comfortable with this concept and moving between the two  snapshots. To show your comfort,  write a paragraph about how you would create a third  snapshot that had both the file athlete and another file that you added on the  Desktop.  You don’t have to actually do the process, though you are more than  welcome to for the practice.
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