April 17th, 2014
September 8, 2022
System Restore is a process that lets you revert your system to an old or previous point. This is one of the most salient features provided by Windows which helps you in the initial stages of the troubleshooting a major problem. The tool reverts the system, drivers, registry and other configurations to an older or previous version. So, without wasting time let’s see how you can perform System Restore in Windows XP, 7, 8 and 10. Let’s get started.
Restoring your computer system turns back your computer in the previous stage. It restores multiple things like System Files, Configuration Settings, Drivers and Registry. No need to worry about some other files because it will not affect documents, pictures, videos, zip files, etc stored on your system. This process will also change the authentication passwords for Windows in case of recent changes. So, please keep your old password in your mind.
Windows is available in various versions and if you are planning to perform the restore than this process can vary from version to version. Here, I’ve tried to describe the process according to the specific windows versions.
Follow the below-mentioned methods to restore on Windows 10 and 8:
Follow the below-mentioned process in case you are a Windows Vista or 7 users:
The above method will restore all the settings, driver properties, system files, and system configurations to the old and previous versions. It will not affect your data like images, videos, documents or any files rather your system files. This will be a good initial step to troubleshoot those problems which occurred after any update or installation.
Restore points always helps users to get back or revert the system to a previous or old state. You can use them to remove any blunder which appeared just after any system update or changes. As I’ve said that it will not affect any other file rather system files. But still, if you are thinking that it will restore any lost information then this is recommended to go for any Recovery Tool. This tool will allow you to recover all the lost and deleted data. So, I hope, now you can successfully do a System Restore in Windows XP, 7, 8 and 10 OS.