Windows 10 system restore to earlier timeRestore from a system restore point – Restore to an earlier point windows 10

If your PC isn’t running as quickly or reliably as it used to, try one of these recovery options. The following table can help you decide which one to use. Microsoft windows 10 System protection Restore Point is a very important and vital built-in tool that helps you to restore your Windows system to previous good working condition, in case if something goes wrong.

For example, Your PC isn’t working well and you recently installed an app, driver, or update and after installing that software or app and that software is not compatible with your windows 10 machine ans is unstable causing lots of unwanted and undesired issues leaving your Windows 10 PC near to a dead machine.

Problem See this section

Your PC isn’t working well and you recently installed an app, driver, or update.

Restore from a system restore point

Your PC isn’t working well and it’s been a while since you installed anything new.

Reset your PC

You want to reinstall your previous operating system.

Go back to your previous version of Windows

Your PC won’t start and you’ve created a recovery drive.

Use a recovery drive to reinstall Windows

Your PC won’t start and you haven’t created a recovery drive.

Use installation media to reinstall Windows

Restore to an earlier point windows 10

Windows 10 system restore to earlier time - Restore to an earlier point windows 10
Windows 10 system restore to earlier time – Restore to an earlier point windows 10

Windows 10 system restore to earlier timeRestore from a system restore point – Restore to an earlier point windows 10

This option takes your PC back to an earlier point in time, called a system restore point. Restore points are generated when you install a new app, driver, or Windows update, and when you create a restore point manually.

NOTE: Restoring won’t affect your personal files, but it will remove apps, drivers, and updates installed after the restore point was made.

  1. Right-click (or press and hold) the Start button, and then select Control Panel.

  2. Search Control Panel for Recovery.

  3. Select Recovery > Open System Restore > Next.

  4. Choose the restore point related to the problematic app, driver, or update, and then select Next > Finish.

Note

  • If you’re not seeing any restore points, it might be because system protection isn’t turned on. To check, go to theControl Panel, search for Recovery, and then select Recovery > Configure System Restore > Configure and make sure Turn on system protection is selected.

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