We have all had that time when your Windows computer just had a hiccup or has shown an error screen. Luckily there is a System restore option that can sometimes come to the rescue. The only down fall to this is it must be setup before it can be used. Continue reading to see how you can setup System Restore to recover from some catastrophic errors.
As mentioned by default system restore is disabled on Windows 10. However; once you enable it and configure it to work correctly it can automatically create restore points or restore points can be created manually when installing a new program or hardware.
How to Enable System Restore
How to Create a Restore Point
Once all steps are completed you will now have a way to restore your system to an earlier point. This is great when installing a new application or driver that might cause problems with your systems performance.
How to revert changes with System Restore
If you feel your system is not performing correctly after installing a new program or driver for new hardware, then the first place to start is reverting the changes via a System Restore.
Your system will now revert all settings, programs installed and drivers back to an earlier date when everything was working correctly.