Using System Restore on Windows 10
In this video we’ll take a look at the System Restore utility in Windows 10. If you have a recent problem with your computer, then by using this utility you can ‘roll back’ your PC to an earlier date, before the problem occurred. Frequently this will solve the problem and allow you to continue using your system as normal.
Windows XP users – If you surfed on to this page looking for a tutorial on the System Restore utility in your operating system, click here.
Windows Vista, 7 and 8 users – If you surfed on to this page looking for a tutorial on the System Restore utility in your operating system, click here.
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System Restore is designed so that it does not delete or alter documents, photos, e-mails or other similar files. If you find that System Restore has removed a program or setting that you need, you can reverse the process by starting System Restore again and choosing “Undo System Restore”.
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