System Restore In Windows 10


Windows 10 operating system allows you to restore your system from a previous point with previous files and OS settings, The Windows 10 system is restored from the point where an image was created. If you have not created your PC's backup image, I highly recommend creating an image. If you do not know how to create your system image, read How To Create an Image of a Windows 10 PC.
In Windows 10, the System Restore feature is used for system protection. To restore your Windows 10 PC, follow these steps.
Step 1. Launch Control Panel
You can right-click on the Start icon and select the "Control Panel" option. Alternatively, you can use WIN+S and type "Control Panel" and hit Enter.
Step 2. Recovery
Now, click on the "Recovery" option.
Step 3. Open System Restore
In the Recovery panel, the "Advanced recovery tools" window is opened. Select "Open System Restore".
Step 4. Restore Settings
When you click on the "Open System Restore", a new window, "Restore system files and settings" opens up. There, click on "Next".
Step 5. System Restore
In this step, restore your computer to the state it was in, earlier. You can see the selected event, date, and time to restore the system.
Then, click the "Next" button.
Step 6. Confirm
In the next step, confirm that you want your system to restore to a previous point. Click on the "Finish" button and restart your system to apply these changes.


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