Create System Restore Point Now in Windows 10 to Avoid Severe Loss

The Latest operating system “Windows 10” that was recently launched by Microsoft, has already been downloaded by millions of people around the World. It offers a whole new user experience, with an advanced yet a simple interface that makes it perfect for all types of users. However, apart from the cool new enticing features, PingZic always focuses on the view that one must have a safer option. By that safer option, we mean that you must create windows backup or restore point at regular intervals.

Create System Restore Point Now in Windows 10 to Avoid Severe Loss

Benefits of creating a Restore Point

Having a system restore point is very crucial, as, with the help of this built-in functionality, you can easily restore your windows to its previous state. This ensures that your data is always safe in the case if anything goes wrong with your system.

For the sake of understanding, just assume that you downloaded a third party software, and this resulted in an unstable system or created numerous unwanted issues. Under such circumstances, having a restore point could prove to be handy in reverting back your PC to the last stage where you left off.

You see that this is very important, especially for those who have their useful data stored on their laptops or PCs. So, here we start the guide:

1) You can access the system restore from the control panel. For this, go to the control panel. Now type “System Restore” in the search bar. Now click on the “Create Restore Point” link, or you can type “restore point” in search bar adjacent with the start menu and click on the very first option.

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2) Next you will see a new dialog box. Ensure that you are in “System Protection” tab. At the bottom of this tab, you will see the Create button. Click on it.

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Note: In case the create button isn’t highlighted, you have to first enable protection for your hard drives. You can do this by clicking the configure button right above the create button, and then enabling the protection.

3) A new box will ask you to provide any name to your restore point. You can type in anything like “My Computer 1” or “Action-Restore”, etc. Then click “Create”.

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4) This will take a couple of minutes to create the restore point. Don’t worry, you won’t have to wait too long.

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5) Once done, it will show a dialog box saying that “You have successfully created a Restore Point”.


That’s all fellows! Now you can easily restore your windows 10 to its previous state in the event of any damage to the windows files or personal data. I would love your feedback in comments. Do let me know if you are facing any troubles.