System Restore is the feature in windows that allows a computer system to be rolled back, or restored, to a point before certain events took place. For Example, Prior to specific software or hardware installations.
System restore is a powerful tool that in most cases, should not be disabled.
Windows having lots of features but it is difficult to get knowledge about every feature, it is difficult because we learn about those features we need to know, that’s why a normal user doesn’t have any knowledge about these features like system restore.
Whenever we install, uninstall any software, or make some changes to system settings or delete any file by mistaken from recycle bin also, system restore will help you out with all of these issues.
: Ram is running out on your PC and suddenly you decided to remove some unnecessary software and by mistaken
you uninstall audio
driver and after this, you play a video and sound is gone, now you’re remembering about you uninstall the audio driver, but it is too late now.
System restore rolled back your PC in the previous date when your audio driver existed in software, get it. So, In this post, I am going to show you How to Fix all Windows PC issues in just one Click: System Restore.
What can I restore from System Restore?
System restore tool allows restoring…
· System Settings
· Any File.
It means you can restore almost everything from system restore in windows PC.
How to Create a Restore point in System Restore?
The system restore is enabled by default, so you just need to create a restore point because if you have a restore point stored in system restore, you can restore your PC and rolled back settings, software or files whenever you want.
I am using windows7 in this tutorial, for your information.
Follow these steps to create a restore point:
1) Open System Restores tab.
· My computer>>System Properties>>System Protection (Another way to find system restore tab.)
· Type in search “Create Restore point” (Then you will get system restore option in list).
2) Then you will see a window like this.
Select Local Disk>>Configure>>Restore system
settings and previous files or only restore the previous version of files (choose any option from these two according to your needs, I am suggesting you use 1st one)>>apply.
Now you can see the protection option is turned on.
System Restore will automatically create a current date restore point for your system.
However, if you want to create a restore point manually
· Click on Create>>enters any name which will help you to remember the restore point you’re going to create like tag or label.
- That’s it, whenever you want to restore the system, simply Open this tab again and Choose Drive>> click on system restore>> choose a restore point>>restore.
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