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How to enable Windows 10 System Restore



How to enable Windows 10 System Restore


Through this article you will learn how to enable Windows 10 System Restore. Windows 10 already offers an effective means of recovery with the ability to reset your PC or check system files with SFC. Microsoft, however, appears to have shelved system recovery at an earlier date.

This option called “System Protection” still exists in Windows 10, but it must be activated manually in advance. It will create restore points at regular intervals and use them when needed.

So let’s read, Windows 10: How to enable System Restore (System Protection).

How to enable Windows 10 System Restore

Using the Start button or the search bar in the lower left corner find “System”.

Click “System Protection” in the left menu.

Then go to the “Configure” tab.

Now you need to define the disk space that will be allocated to this task. It is expressed as a percentage and you can change this value later if you think the number of restore points is too small or too large.

Now, you are ready to manually create your first restore point by clicking “Create” when you return to the previous window. Remember to do this when you think the system is stable and everything is working fine. Windows 10 should also automatically create restore points during sensitive operations (for example, installing an update or software).

If you feel that you no longer need restore points, you can follow the opposite procedure to disable system protection. All created restore points will be deleted.

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