How to create ‘System Restore Point’ in Windows 10

As we know that the Windows 10 is fully news OS and it has undergone many changes as compared to Windows 7 or Windows 8 or8.1. Today I  am going to tell you the process to create system restore point on Windows 10Windows System Restore is a very useful feature of Windows OS that allows you to roll back each and every change made to Windows and roll back to a previous date to which the system restore point was set. Windows system restore is a really handy feature that can be used if you wrongly install some kind of conflicting software or driver that makes your Windows installation unusable. So just follow the below steps that I’ve been discussed in the below article How to create system restore point in Windows 10.

Yes, this is possible by this way that I’ve been discussed in the below article How to create system restore point in Windows 10 by just following the below steps.

Steps To Create ‘System Restore Point’ In Windows 10

Step 1. First of all, search System Restore in the search menu.

Step 2. Now you will see an option to create system restore point click on it and here you’ll see a new window.

Step 3. You might notice that the buttons to create a system restore point and the System Restore buttons are disabled.

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Step 4. You can enable them by clicking on Configure.

Step 5. Now you will see an option to Turn on system protection click on it and then OK.

Step 6. After clicking OK, you’ll notice that both the System Restore and Create buttons are enabled.

Step 7. Now you have to click the Create button and this will open a new window dialogue.

Step 8. Now enter the name of the restore point.

Step 9. Now you need to click on Create button and it will start creating the restore point.

Step 10. That’s it! Now you are done. It will take few minutes to create Windows System Restore.

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