Windows 10 has a new feature called system restore, which allows you to restore your computer to a specific point in time. System restore is used to return important windows files and settings, like drivers, registry keys, installed programs and system files, back to their previous versions. It’s basically the Windows “undo” feature.
How can you execute a system restore?
First, make sure to save all your files.
Then, go to Start -> Accessories -> System Tools -> System Restore. Choose the proper restore data and click next to restart Windows.
When your system reboots, it will load an earlier backup of Windows.
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