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Windows System Restore -- Windows 7 - Vista - XP

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What is Windows system Restore?
Windows System Restore is a great system tool from Windows – it enables you to recover Windows from a serious system errors or system failure. In the following post I’ll explain how it works and how it can save you from various situations where Windows stops performing as expected.

How it works?
This tool enables you to restore your entire Windows system into an earlier date before a problem that you encounter started to show up. Windows automatically creates restore points after important events (Windows update for example). Using this tool won’t change or remove any of your files and/or personal data. However, programs and device drivers that you’ve recently installed might be removed during the restore process.

The restore process may take some time, and it might not work with the first restore - keep resorting Windows using older restore points until you get into one where the problems doesn’t show up anymore.

Windows Restore mainly affects the following components:
System Files, Windows registry, recently installed programs and device drivers.

Managing Windows System Restore points (Windows 7, Vista, XP)
An easy and free way to manage, activate, create, and remove Windows Restore Points is via the following Windows errors repair tool:

Windows System Restore

(1) Download and install the tool
(2) Click the Disk tab
(3) Click the Restore Point Manager
(4) You’re in the Restore Point Manager
(5) Continue from here…

Now you can restore Windows to earlier dates, create new restore points or delete previously created restore points.


Tip: How to detect and repair Windows errors before restoring Windows
Before conducting a Windows System Restore it is recommended to conduct an in-depth scan to your PC via this Windows errors repair tool. It’ll detect various errors related to missing, corrupt, or incorrect registered file paths, as well as detecting invalid or obsolete device drivers. Such errors usually trigger .dll errors, .exe errors, runtime errors, and even Windows crashes. The tool also enables you to repair all these errors.


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