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There are times when you're computer is working fine and you're really pleased. Then you install a piece of software or ...
make some other change and nothing seems right. You may wish you could go back to that earlier time when things were good. And, you can! System Restore has been present in Windows since XP and is a great way to roll your computer back to a happier time.
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Hi this is Mike Callahan, Dr. File finder, welcome to your butterscotch.com tutorial on what is a Restore Point, and how do you create one? Here on Windows 7, a Restore Point is created using Windows System Restore. And what it does is it takes an impression of the state of the computer at the time the Restore Point is created.
So for example, right now I am perfectly happy with this installation of Windows 7. I create a Restore Point and sometime in the future, if I install a program and it messes things up and things aren’t working right? I can go in and restore the computer back to this earlier date and time.
So here on Windows 7, you can right click on My Computer select properties, if you haven’t you like to have a My Computer icon. You can also click on Start, go over here to computer right click and select properties and you get back to this same spot. Click on System Protection and under System Protection you want to click on the System Properties, System Protection tab. Now here it shows System restore and if you go down here, create a Restore Point right now for the drives that have System Protection turned on.
Here I have Drive C protected, so I click create I can type in a name. It will automatically put in the date and time, so I'm type everything running well. And that gives me a point of reference, you might do one when you are installing some piece of software. And you are not quite sure about it so create a Restore Point, you can call it before installing such and such.
And if you have problem with such and such, you can go back in and restore your computer to a point before you installed it. A very handy function, System Restore utilizes disk space. It tells us your System Restore Point was created successfully say Close. So that’s a Restore Point that’s how you create one and that’s all there is to it.