How to Create System Restore Point on Windows 10

System Restore is one of the most useful windows features but few people know about it. Because of its hidden features. The Article What does System Restore do. Has been explained about the system restore and the effects on files and systems. This time, we will explain how to run a system restore.

Notes: in this article, we will use windows 10. For example, windows 7 and 8 steps are not much different can also be used on other windows.

How to create System Restore Point

By default, System Restore is turned off on windows 10. Therefore, you must turn on first before you can use it. Follow these steps to create a System Restore on Windows 10 :

  1. If you are using windows 8 or 10, find System Restore on box search, then Enter.
  2. In the menu Protection Setting, select Create.
  3. Name your Restore Point on the text box, then select Create.
  4. Select Close to complete the process of creating a Restore Point.
Now, you have successfully created a Restore Point manually. You can use Restore Point if at any time you want to restore changes due to Windows Update or other system changes.
If you Use Windows 7 Follow These Steps to Create a System Restore :
  1. Select Start Menu. Then, click right on the computer Select Computer, and select Properties.
  2. The next is to select System Protection on the left sidebar.
  3. In the Protection Settings, Select Drive by name (System), usually is drive C:. After that, select the button Configure.
  4. Select the Turn on System Protection Option to enable System Restore.
  5. Press the Apply button, then select OK.
After you enable System Restore, windows will then create a Restore Point automatically every time there is a windows update or when there are changes to the System (for example, installing a certain program).

How to use a System Restore on Windows 10 and 8

After creating the Restore Point, the next step is to know how to do the System Restore. Follow the steps to use it :

  1. If you are using windows 8 or 10, find system Restore on the box search, then enter. If you are using windows 7 you can open the start menu, click on My Computer, then select Properties.
  2. The System Restore window will open. Select System Restore.
  3. Click next on the "Restore System files and settings" windows.
  4. Select the Restore Point you want. If you want to see an older Restore Point, you can check the 'Show more Restore Point'.
    Notes: Choose the latest version of System Restore. If the problem is still not resolved, try using an older Restore Point. 
  5. After selecting Restore Point, you need to check what programs are affected, select Scan for the affected program make sure you have selected a Restore Point, when you are done viewing the affected programs, and Close.
  6. Select next.
  7. Click finish to start the System Restore proccess.
  8. Wait for the process to finish, your computer will restart during this restore process.
  9. After the process is complete, a small window will appear with the message 'System Restore completed successfully. The system has been restored to [date time]. your document has not been affected.' Your windows have returned to the state it was in when the restore point was created.
Notes:. Keep in mind that not all windows-related problems can be solved with this System Restore. This is because the problem may have existed before the selected Restore Point.

If you have any suggestions or questions about System Restore, you can leave a comment below.

Post a Comment

Previous Post Next Post