How to Create a Restore Point in Windows 10 and 11

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A restore point in Windows PC can be a great way to ensure you aren’t affected by sudden accident to your computer. This tool takes a snapshot of the current working state of your computer, which you can refer to whenever you run into a problem while using it. This means that you can always roll back to an earlier working state of your PC.

The snapshot is a complete backup of your files, settings, and OS, so it is recommended to do this as regularly as you can. Also, before you make any significant change to your PC, like changing hardware, or updating the OS. You should always create a restore point.

This guide will walk you through how to do so on a Windows 11 or Windows 10 PC – The process is similar for both versions of Windows.

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How to Create a System Restore Point on Windows PC

To create a restore point. Search for “Control panel” from the Start menu, and when you’ve opened the app, locate Recovery.

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Next, select “Configure System Restore”.

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This will open the System Properties. Under the System Protection tab, click configure.

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Use the slider to adjust the space you wish to allocate for the restore files, then click the Ok button.

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Next, click the Create button to create a restore point.

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You will be required to add a description that will help you to identify the restore file. You should use a name that describes what action you are about to perform, or what important file you want its security ensured.

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Once you click the “Create” button again, you should see a progress bar indicating your progress.

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And you should receive a success message once the process is completed.

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That’s it. You’ve successfully created an image of your PC, that you can always refer to in the future.

I hope you find this guide helpful. Kindly leave a comment if you have any questions.

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