How to recover Windows 10 system using System Restore

If an issue has occurred in your computer after making changes or installing a program, you can fix the problem by simply using created restore points. This will undo the changes and make your computer working as it was. You can do this either your Windows is starting or even if it is not.

Using System Restore when your Windows is starting:

1.    Open ‘Start.’

2.    Type ‘Create a restore point’ in the search and hit ‘Enter.’

3.    Open the top result to open system properties.

4.    Click the ‘System Protection’ tab to open it.

5.    Click ‘System Restore..’ button under “System Restore” section.

6.    Click ‘Next >’.

7.    Choose a restore point you want to use.

8.    Click ‘Next >’.

9.    Click ‘Finish.’

Once a restore point is restored, your computer will start working as previously.

Using System Restore when your Windows isn’t starting:

If your Windows is not starting correctly, and you’re unable to access your desktop, don’t worry still you can restore your computer. In this situation, you need to use advanced startup and under it you can access System Restore. Now, you want to how to open Advanced Startup when the Windows is not starting. If you already know that’s good, but if you don’t just follow the below steps and you’ll see Advanced startup on your screen.

How to boot a computer into Advanced startup:

To access System Restore, you need to access Advanced startup first.

1.    Start your computer.

2.    As the Windows logo comes up on the screen, press the ‘Power’ button.

3.    Again start your computer and do the same.

4.    Repeat the process 2-3 times or until you’ll not see the recovery options on the screen.

5.    Now under the ‘Windows Setup,’ click ‘Next.’

6.    Select ‘Repair your computer’ from the lower-left corner.

That’s it! You’re in Advanced Startup option.

Steps to access and use System Restore from Advanced Startup options:

1.    On Automatic Repair window, click ‘Advance option’ button.

2.    Choose ‘Troubleshoot.’

3.    Now, select ‘Advanced options.’

4.    Select ‘System Restore.’

5.    Click ‘Next >’.

6.    Click a restore point to use it on your computer.

7.    You can click ‘Scan for affected programs’ button to check the error > click ‘Close.’

8.    Then click ‘Next >’.

9.    And click ‘Finish.’

Once the restoring completes, the program or changes that were causing the trouble will remove, and your PC will start working as well as you can start it as usual.

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