Windows System Restore Point
If you are going to make any minor or major change into your Microsoft Windows PC (Window 7, 8.1 10), creating a system restore point is very important. System restore is a quick way to protect yourself from any system crashes. Creating a system restore point will record your all current settings and programs or any system modification has been done. If anything causes the system to crash and burn, simply run a system restore, you will be back to business without any hassle. Hopefully, you know how to create system restore point in a Windows PC? If not, continue reading this post.
Create System Restore Point
Just think, What happen if we don’t have any restore point created earlier? There should be no place into your Windows where we get back and make all things functional. Many times your Windows gets into the problem where you look for the solution and doing restore is the first option for us.
This article can help you to create system restore point in a Windows PC. I am showing you the steps below on a Windows 10. By following the steps given in this article; you can create system restore point on Windows 7, 8.1 & 10 in the same way. Follow the steps given below:
Step 1. Click on “Start Menu”, go to the search bar and type, “create restore”. Now you will see the result at the top of the search items, click on “Create a restore point”. Create System Restore Point Click To Tweet
Step 2. System Properties dialog box will appears on your screen. Under System Protection Tab, click on “Create” button.
Step 3. Need to Name the restore point (any name that you can remember), and click Create.
Step 4. It will do a little process to create a restore point in your Windows.
Step 5. Finally, you will see the notification when the restore point is created. Click Close button.
Now close all other opened dialog boxes as well. You have successfully created a system restore point. Whenever your PC starts giving troubles, you can use this created restore point. Simply, initiate a system restore process and choose created restore point to get your pc on track. Create System Restore Point Click To Tweet