Don’t forget to enable system restore in Windows 10 after upgrade or installation

A system restore point will be created automatically when you install programs or drivers in Windows, which allows you to restore your computer to its previous state that you can use if something goes wrong.

If you don’t know that System Restore will not be turned on by default or automatically after installing Windows 10 or upgrading to it, this also happens in earlier versions of Windows.

READ: Fix: Revo Uninstaller fails to create restore point before app uninstall

How to Enable System Restore and Create a Restore Point in Windows 10

So what should you do?

1. Click on the start button and type ‘System Restore’, click on the first result (create a restore point) that appeared at the top

2. For C drive, you may notice Protection as ‘Off’, if it’s showing ‘On’, you don’t need anything.

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3. Select the drive, ‘Configure’ and select ‘Enable system protection’ and click ‘OK’. Adjust the disk space used for system protection using the slider.

Enable system protection

4. Click ‘Create’ followed by a name to make a restore point, done.

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