Monday 9 April 2012


First of all, lets find out what a system restore point is:

A system restore point is a point at which the computer system will try to save the current condition of the system in order to be able to undo other harmful changes made to the computer system after that point. System Restore uses a feature called system protection to regularly create and save restore point on your computer. These restore points contain information about registry settings and other system information that Windows uses. You can also create restore points manually. 

Why do i need to create a system restore point?

Most people like tampering with their system, I am not saying it’s a bad thing because I do it also. The problem is that after tampering with the system e.g. the system files we find it difficult to return it back to their normal condition if any problem arises. It even makes other people format their system not knowing the solution is just by their fingertips. The best solution to this problem is creating a restore point just before you tamper with the system. 

How to create a restore point

To create a restore point when using windows 7, click on start, then type “restore point” in the search box, then click on the restore point option after the search has been completed. It will bring up the system protection tab in the system properties dialogue box, Click on the Create button, a dialog box will come out asking you to type a description for the restore point. Type the description and then Click on Create. Wait while your restore point is being created. When it’s through it will bring out a dialog box saying you have successfully created your restore point. After this you can go on and do anything you like, cos you can always come back to restore your system.
Please kindly comment if you understand this or have any questions and if it works for you.


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