How to Easily Enable System Restore in Windows 7, 8 and 10

How to Easily Enable System Restore in Windows 7, 8 and 10

Geekers - System restore is a Windows feature that allows users to restore their Windows system to a previous state. To do that, you need a restore point which can only be done if the system restore feature on your windows is activated.


You need to know, you need to create a restore point, especially if you have a "fad" hobby like me, which is installing random software and likes tinkering with the system. Now when your windows has a problem, you can easily restore the condition of your windows system to the back (before the system has problems), to a certain day or date.



This restore point will store all settings in the form of registry, drivers and other settings related to your windows system. You can set up these restore points as needed, whether it can be done daily, weekly or only once a month. But here I only teach you how to activate it, to set whenever a restore point will be created, I will make a separate tutorial later.


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How to Enable System Restore in Windows


For how to activate system restore on Windows, whether it's Windows 7, 8 and 10, it can be done easily. Immediately, see the steps below:



1. First enter the Control Panel, either via the Start Menu or the Search Menu. Or you can also press the Windows key + R then type "control panel" then press Enter.


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2. On the Control Panel menu, select System and Security.


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3. Then select System.



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4. On the System menu, select System protection as indicated by the arrow.


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5. To activate the system restore, please select Local Disk (C:) (System) then click Configure. System restore can only be activated on the system partition (C: partition), for partitions other than C: partition, it cannot.


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6. Select Turn on system protection to activate the system restore feature. Then select OK or Apply.


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That's a tutorial on how to activate system restore on Windows 7, 8 and 10. The tutorial above can be applied to Windows version 7 and above. For windows XP, the steps are slightly different.



With this system restore, when your windows system has a problem, whether it's because of the software you installed or because you are "for fun" fiddling with regedit windows, you can restore the condition of your windows system to the back (to a few days back). That is to restore the condition of the Windows system before experiencing problems.

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