Check out the video below to find out more. Open System Restore Search for system restore in the Windows 10 Search box and select Create a restore point from the list of results.
How to undo changes with System Restore How to enable System Restore On Windows 10, System Restore is turned off by default, but you can use the following steps to enable it: Search for Create a restore point, and click the result System Properties.
Under "Protection Settings," select the main system drive, and click the Configure button. Select the Turn on system protection option. You can also use the slider to set the amount of storage you want System Restore to use, which by default is only one percent. Once you've completed the steps, a new restore point will be created automatically when an important system change occur, such as before an installation of a Windows 10 update.
If you need to delete checkpoints, within the same page, you can click the Delete button to remove them all, which is a handy option, when creating a new restore point manually, and there isn't any more available space. It's worth noting that you can enable System Restore only on supported drives. It's not a feature that you can turn on per device. In the case that you have multiple drives, it may not be possible to configure them. How to create a System Restore point Although a new restore point will be created automatically during a significant change happens, there will be times where you may want to manually create a restore point before modifying anything that might cause problems if you don't do it correctly.
Under "Protection Settings," select the main system drive, and click the Create button. Enter a description to identify the restore point. After completing the steps, if something wrong happens while modifying the Registry, installing a new app or a driver, you can use the steps outlined below to use the restore point to undo the changes.
How to undo changes with System Restore In the case you come across any issues, before reinstalling Windows 10, you roll back changes using a restore point to get up and running again.
Click the System Restore button. Select the most recent known working restore point that will help you to fix the current problem.
Click the Scan for affected programs button to see the applications that will be removed if they're installed after the restore point was created. Once you've completed the steps, your device will go back in time to a previous state where everything was working correctly. Using a restore point when your device won't boot The previous steps went over how to use a restore point when you still have access to the desktop.
However, there will be times when you may need to use System Restore because a system change is preventing your device from starting. If you unable to start your computer, it's possible to use the system advanced options to access System Restore, which you can do with these steps: Try to start your PC three times to trigger automatic repair on Windows Click on Advanced Startup.
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Comments Windows 10 has a lot of new features, but many of the old tried, and true system tools still exist.