The fact Is, the more activity you perform on your computer such as downloading and Installing applications or tweaking the operating system with various optimization tools, the greater the chance of corruption and loss of functionality. In such cases, one way to get the OS back to It's normal state, Is to hit a System Restore. Wouldn't It be great, If you could access It with a double-click of the mouse? Well, In this tutorial, I will show you how to create a System Restore shortcut on the desktop.
So what exactly Is System Restore? Put simply, It's a built-In utility that allows you to undo changes that were made to your PC, hence go back to It's previous functional state. For Instance, If you've Installed an application that caused Instability to your operating system, a System Restore will revert to a time before the application was Installed.
Here's what I'm referring to. There are a number of ways to access It, one of which Is to navigate to Control Panel > System and Security > System > System protection. It will then execute, as per the Image below.
Sometimes, due to loss of functionality, It may prevent you from accessing System Restore In the above manner, Inclusive of using the Windows 10 search function and other traditional gateways. Having a System Restore shortcut on your desktop, will provide a direct channel to the utility, and I will show you how to apply It with Incredible ease. So without further ado, let's get this tutorial started.
Step One:Firstly, navigate to your desktop, right-click on a blank area and select New > Shortcut as shown below.
Step Two:Next, In the Type the location of the Item field, enter the following command.
Then hit Next to move forward.