Creating a Restore Point in Windows Vista and 7

System Restore is a great utility tool made by the Microsoft in their Windows Operating System and with the help of this tool, you can make your computer’s OS back to normal if it gets faulty or corrupted.

System Restore only works when you’ve made any restore checkpoint in your windows to restore that point in future to make your computer restored as it back then when it’s in the normal state.

And in this tutorial, I’m only going to show you how to create a System Restore Point in windows vista or 7.

Still wanted to know more about System Restore then here’s the link which you might have interest in; >> System Restore Explained With Uses And Features.

#So Lets See How to Make It;

Step 1 – In windows, there are a lot of different ways to open system restore best way to open the system restore is to by open it by using the computer’s Properties option on the start menu.

Just click on the Starts Button, then right-click on Computer and click on Properties.

Step 2 – Select the “System Protection option on the left side of the window.

Step 2.2 – Then, select the “System Protection tab to get the main System Restore Setting.

Step 3 – Now, click on the Create button to starts the process.

Step 4 – This time, it will asks you to enter a name for your Restore Point, and entering a date might help most of the times.

Then, it will take a couple of minutes (depending on your computer’s speed) to create a restore point which can available you to rollback your PC’s setting, whenever it’s needed.

Step 4.2 – Now your windows computer is successfully created a restore point in it, and show you a confirmation message says The restore point was created successfully.

Step 5 – You can also manually confirm that the recently Restoration Point was created properly or not.

Just click on “System Restore” option and then click on “Next”.