How To Enable System Restore In Windows 10

Only a few people know that the function of System Restore undoes the changes in the system that have been creating issues. This blog is focusing on Windows 10.

The method of turning on System Restore in Windows 10

  1. Firstly, go to Start.
  2. Then, look for Create a restore point.
  3. After that, press top result for opening System Properties experience.
  4. Below Protection Settings part, choose the main ‘System’ drive.
  5. Next, press on ‘Configure’ option.
  6. Then, choose turn on system protection option.
  7. After that, press the Apply option.
  8. Lastly, press on the OK option.

The method creating System Restore place on Windows 10

  1. Firstly, go to Start.
  2. Then, look for Create a restore point.
  3. After that, press top result for opening System Properties experience.
  4. Next, below the Protection Settings part, choose the Create option.
  5. Then, write a name for restoring location.
  6. After that, press the Create option.
  7. Next, press the Close option.
  8. Lastly, press the OK option.

The method of recovering by using System Restore in Windows 10

For undoing system changes by using desktop experience

  1. Firstly, go to Start.
  2. Then, look for Create a restore point.
  3. After that, press above result for opening System Properties experience.
  4. Next, press System Restore option.
  5. Then, press Next option.
  6. After that, choose to restore place which you wish on PC.
  7. Next, press the Scan for affected programs.
  8. Then, press the Close option.
  9. After that, choose the Next option.
  10. Lastly, press the option.

The method of undoing system changes by using Advanced startup

  1. Firstly, turn on the system.
  2. After getting the symbol of Windows on display, tap the power option for interrupting the boot sequence.
  3. Do steps number 1 and 2 till the system boots into the recovery experience.

By using System Restore

Go through the given below instructions for availing the System Restore when your device does not get started.

  1. Firstly, press the Advanced options.
  2. Then, press on Troubleshoot.
  3. After that, press on Advanced options.
  4. Next, press on System Restore.
  5. Then, press the Next option.
  6. After that, choose to restore location which you want to use.
  7. Next, press the Scan for affected programs.
  8. Then, press on Close option.
  9. After that, press on Next option.

Next, press on Finish option.

Nick Hollins is a Microsoft Office expert and has been working in the technology industry since 2002. As a technical expert, Nick has written technical blogs, manuals, white papers, and reviews for many websites such as office.com/setup.

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