What is System Restore Point in Windows Operating System? (With Pictures)

      System restore is a feature in Microsoft Windows Operating System that allow user to revert their computer’s state to previous date and time including their system files, settings, installed applications, windows registries etc. It can also help system to recover from malfunctions and other problems. By default this feature is turned off and user must enable it to function. It was first included in Windows ME and has been included in all versions of Windows released since, excluding Windows Server. Below is the screen shot of available Restore points in Windows 10 computer.  To create a System Restore Point click on your Winodws operating system. Winodows XP , Windows Vista , Windows 7 , Windows 8 and 8.1 , Windows 10 .




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