Regardless how careful you are when using your computer to perform a variety of tasks, the fact Is, It can corrupt at any given time to the point of having to hit a System Restore back to when It was functioning correctly. However, If there are no Restore Points available, the process will fail and you may have to opt for a clean Installation of Windows. As a safeguard, In this tutorial, I will show you how to manually create a System Restore Point.
So what exactly Is a System Restore? Put simply, It's a built-In utility native to the Windows platform, that allows you to undo changes that were made to your PC, hence go back to It's previous functional state. For example, If you've updated a device driver and for some reason It corrupted your operating system, hitting a System Restore will revert to a time before you Installed the device driver.
Although Windows automatically creates Restore Points every so often, there are times when It fails to do so and for this very reason, It's of the utmost Importance to manually create them yourself. It's good practice to do this before Installing applications, or making significant changes to your PC.
The process to manually create a Restore Point, Is extremely simple and only takes a few minutes or so to complete. So without further delay, let's get this tutorial started.