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It also acts somewhat like a basic and easily bypassable copy-restriction by forcing the user to login to a paid account when running for the first time.
It is possible to use the launcher to run versions of Minecraft from nearly any era, however some versions are still not included on the launcher, such as Indev, Minecraft 2.0 and any of the Beta 1.9 pre-releases.
If you already have the of the previous version (or Pre-Release), you just need to replace the in the .minecraft/bin folder with your backed up version.
The best way to do this is to delete the current one and then paste the wanted one in its place.
UPDATE: it's coming out on Xbox One today, August 24th! As with all betas, the purpose is to help us stress-test what we’ve built so far and uncover any bugs so we can squish them before the official launch. It’s all part of the process of making sure they go right in the future!
The pay-off is that you get an early glimpse of the cool stuff we have lined up, like fireworks, parrots, armor stands, the recipe book, new game rules and - stealing the show entirely - the amazing, the one and only, the ultimate COARSE DIRT.
If you're expecting an update but you don't see any message about it, make sure the update is out for your device.
Usually, downloading the official Minecraft launcher again is enough to fix this.
Go to the Store app on Xbox One or a Windows 10 PC.
This page will describe how you can update Minecraft, how to roll back and why you should wait to update.
Best way to get the backup fully legal is just to create it by your own right after you downloaded the latest version: In the Minecraft Launcher, click "Options" and then click on the Path right behind "Game location on disk".
In the File Explorer, open "bin" and in which you will find