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    System Restore on Windows 10 allows you to send your PC back in time to undo changes that may be causing problems, and here's how to use it.
    Sometimes something just goes wrong. An install screwed up everything, or you were tinkering and stuff isn't working right anymore. Of course, you performed a full backup first, but Windows 10 also includes System Restore so you can easily revert system changes without losing your files.
    System Restore works by detecting system changes, such as in system files and settings, Registry, applications, and drivers, and saving a working state as a "restore point." If as a result of a misconfiguration your device experiences any issues, you can then use a restore point to undo the changes to fix problems that may be causing your PC to stop responding or affecting performance.
    By default, System Restore is disabled on Windows 10, but when enabled and configured correctly, it can automatically create checkpoints, but you can create restore points manually before making any system changes.

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    12-07-2017 06:10 AM

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