Like the previous version of Windows, System Restore allows you to 'rewind' your Windows installation to previous working conditions, without affecting your documents, and for IT System Restore technicians it also works to fix errors that occur in Windows. This is possible because Windows automatically saves Restore Points when something significant happens, such as installing an update on Windows or an application, you can return to the last Restore Point.
The problem now is that System Recovery is disabled by default on Windows 10, here is how to do the System Restore on Windows 10:
First Step: Activate  "System Restore" in your Windows 10.
System Recovery is not activated by default, but you can configure Windows 10 System Restoredi features with steps -step below:
- Click the Start menu .  Search for  Create a restore point >
on the tab System Protection> Configure
- Change to Turn on system protection> Click Apply> Ok
Step Two: Create "System Restore"
- Click the menu Start.
- Search for  Create a restore point >
on the  tab System Protection> Create
- Click the button Close> Ok
Third: How to use "System Restore" on Windows 10
If you experience an error problem on Windows 10, you can use this "System Restore."
- Start menu Start.
- Search Create a restore point >
on the tab System Protection> System Restore
- Click the button Next
Options " Scan for affected programs"
- Select the time you want to restore
- Click Next> Finish
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