Having your PC compromised in any way can be harmful and cause a lot of stress for you. Simple tasks, such as installing a new application, driver or update, can create problems with the computer and can undo the changes made to return to normal. This is where creating a restore point in Windows 10 can be beneficial for you.
The restore point allows you to basically save a “snapshot” of your computer at a given time which is then stored as a restore point. If your computer somehow starts to work awkwardly or becomes laggy, you can then go back to this point of restoration that you saved and your PC will return to how it was at that time.
The Importance of Creating System Restore Points in Windows 10 PC
Most of us had encountered a problem here or there with Windows before and wished we could undo the changes and bring back our PC to how it was before. By creating a restore point on a Windows PC, you can bring your computer back to a previously saved state if you believe your current status is compromised.
So basically you go back in time to how things were once instead of your PC operating at its current capacity that you’re unhappy with. It should be noted that if you have installed programs after you have created a restore point, once a restore has been performed, those programs will no longer be there.
How to Create Restore Point in Windows 10:
Step 1: Open up Control Panel on your PC. You can access it by either using your computers built-in search function, through the Quick Access Menu, or by using Cortana.
Step 2: Open up the System and Security section and then click on System. Now from the left pane click on System Protection.
Make sure that the Windows Drive (usually C) has Protection set to On by selecting the drive and clicking on Configure.
Step 3: Click on the Create button to create a system restore point. You can write a description so that you can remember in future why this restore point is important to you.
How To Use a Restore Point in Windows 10:
Step 1: Open up Control Panel on your PC as mentioned above.
Step 2: Go into the System and Security section then open up System Protection.
Step 3: Click on System Restore, and you will see a list of available restore points to choose from.
Step 4: Click on Next and then Finished to begin a system restore.
That’s people, just learn how to create a restore point on your PC. If you do not have a restore point already created, then you should go ahead and create one now. You never know when a program or system files can make your computer behave as if it was not good at all.
Having a restore point can help Windows users and you always have the option to recover your PC when your system worked like butter.