April 15th, 2014
September 3, 2019
In Microsoft Windows, there is a feature called Windows System Restore, which helps users to get back to their original computer’s state including system files, installed applications, Windows Registry, and system settings. This feature is useful to overcome system malfunction and all other problems related to Windows errors.
If you have created a system restore in your system, it is turned on by default and takes snapshots of your system drive periodically. These snapshots are known as restore points, and can also be created manually. If your Windows starts malfunctioning or throwing errors, you can use Windows system restore points to get back to the original state.
If you want to restore your system from a system restore point, you need to go to the System Restore wizard.
Go to the Start menu> Accessories > System Tools > System Restore.
The above image is of System Restore wizard. To create a system restore point, follow the steps given below:
The above steps will help you in creating Restore Points in Windows 10.
Finally, you have learned how to create Restore points in Windows 7, 8, and 10. These restore points are useful when the Windows files get corrupted and one can get back their deleted and lost a file in Windows with the help of these restore points. For smooth recovery of lost file I would advise you to develop restore points in Windows.
Now you know all the methods of developing restore points in Windows irrespective of their versions. The major version user these days are Windows 10, 8, and 7 and I have told you the techniques of creating restore points in all the three versions. Before reading the steps make sure that you are applying the techniques of your version of Windows. I hope you liked this article and it is an informative one.
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