Is Yogabhyasa (starting from awakening of Kundalini) impossible in Kaliyug and does Krishna forbid it in Gita?
- 26 Mar 2021
System restore point is an important built-in tool that helps you to take your system to previous good state. A Restore point is representation of a stored state of your computer's system files at that particular time. These Restore points are created automatically by System Restore weekly and when System Restore detects the beginning of a change to your computer like when you install a program or a driver on your computer. A System Restore point lets you select a point in time when your compute
If you are thinking to install any applications or drivers on your computer or going to make any changes to registry and don't know how this will affect your system than it is recommended to create system restore point before installation of applications or drivers. It is very easy to create system restore point in Windows 10.
System Restore is sometimes also called as System Protection. Despite being a very useful tool the System restore feature is disabled by default and you need to turn it on to create system restore point in Windows. You can enable system restore by:
How to Create a System Restore Point in Windows 10
Once System restore is enabled, Windows 10 creates system restore point automatically when you install or uninstall application from Windows or perform updates. But it is recommended to make a restore point of Windows periodically for good results. You can create system restore points manually in Windows 10 by following steps:
Now your System restore point is created and you can use it when there is any error in windows or anything problematic happened after any update or mistake. We wish that you never need system restore to recover your Windows to a good state, but if has happened you can recover using system restore point very easily.
How to recover using System restore point
Once completed your Windows system will be restored to a previous healthy and working state selected by you.