Issue: How to Enable System Restore in Windows 10?
I have recently upgraded to Windows 10. How can I enable System Restore? Should I do it manually, or is it enabled by default?
System Restore is in-built Windows feature that is supposed to be enabled by default in all Windows OS versions. Thus, after upgrading to Windows 10, this feature should be turned on. However, users should check whether this feature is enabled or not. Sometimes after upgrading the operating system, this function is turned off. Thus, users have to enable it manually. It’s not a hard task to do, but it’s important. System Restore is a Windows feature that allows “traveling back” in computer’s time and reverting to the particular restoration point. These points might be set manually. However, they are also being created automatically after each critical system change. Therefore, this function becomes crucial if a system gets corrupted or something goes wrong with particular system settings because it allows reverting to the previous good system’s state. We want to point out that System Restore only affects system files, registry keys, programs, and updates. Personal files, such as photos, documents, and other personal files, won’t be affected. Therefore, this method won’t help to rescue missing or corrupted files.
System restoration affects programs that are installed on the computer and Windows updates. This feature uninstalls all programs and updates that have been installed after restoration point, and contrarily. The same happens with hardware drivers. What is more, System Restore might be used in virus elimination procedure. However, we want to point out that this feature does not remove ransomware or other cyber threats. It only allows disabling cyber infection in order to install malware removal program.
Enabling System Restore in Windows 10
After upgrading or installing Windows 10, users should make sure that System Restore is turned on on their computers. In case of the basic system problem, this feature helps to solve it quickly. If you are not sure whether this function is enabled or not, you can check it by following these steps:
1. Right-click Start and open WinX menu.
2. Click on System and open System applet of the Control Panel.
3. Open System protection which is in the left pane.
4. In the System Properties window click on System Protection tab.
5. Under Protection Settings box you will see enabled protection to available drives. Make sure that Protection is set to “On” for the System drive.
If Protection is set to “Off,” you have to enable System Restore manually. In order to do that, you have to follow these simple steps:
1. Select System Drive or C drive.
2. Click the Configure button.
3. In the appeared System Protection for Windows 10 box choose “Turn on system protection.”
4. Click Apply to save the changes.
When you turn on System Restore feature manually, you should also create a system restore points.
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