System Restore is a feature in Microsoft Windows that allows the user to revert their computer’s state to that of a previous point in time, which can be used to recover from system malfunctions most especially The Blue Screen of Death or other problems. Restore points are a component of the Windows System Restore utility. Very few Windows like XP and Vista create a system restore point automatically but most times the user is meant to create the Restore Points manually.
How to “Create a Restore Point” in Windows
- Go to your windows search bar and search for Create a Rest
ore Point, you should see it there click on it;
- A window will appear. Click on “Create”;
- After clicking on “create”, you’ll be asked to type in a description, type in whatever name you want it to be saved as;
- After typing in the description, it will begin to create the Restore point;
- You will be alerted when the restore point is created. Click close until each of the boxes is closed.
After successfuly creating the System restore point, you do not need to panic again if you ever have trouble with your windows. Relying solely on System restore point is not advisable but it saves system from a failure on many occassions.