Sometimes installing new applications, games, software updates could cause your computer to crash. And if it doesn’t come back up and gives errors, there aren’t a lot of things you could do except for restoring the system, using the recovery console to troubleshoot or finally reinstall Windows.
System Restore is a useful tool that comes handy in such situations. It can undo any system changes that were made during installation of a new application. System Restore has nothing to do with your data and important files. So all the data of your PC will be safe after system restore.
Although most applications automatically create system restore point at the time of installation, you could also create it manually. Here are the steps to create system restore point manually in Windows PCs.
Step 1. Click on start menu icon and type System restore in a search box. Click on search result.
Last updated on 05 February, 2022
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