System Restore on Windows 10 is not so difficult task to do. In this article, we will show you how to do System Restore on Windows 10.

System Restore is a handy feature. It takes a kind of snapshot of your PC’s software, registry, and driver configuration at a selected point in time called a restore point. If necessary, you’ll then return your PC thereto point in time.




You would possibly lose a number of the work you’ve done since you created that restore point, but you’d also lose any unwanted changes which may are made without your permission.

Changes made to your Windows 10 desktop or laptop don’t always work as planned. As an exampleyou’ll install new drivers for your memory device or discrete graphics chip, but the drivers are broken at launch and cause chaos across the system. Lucky for you, Windows 10 features a useful gizmo to return your PC to its previous working state.

Note: We are going to talk about System restore on Windows 10, and Windows 10 typically creates its own restore point before installing patches, security fixes, and have updates released by Microsoft.

After three failed loading attempts, Windows 10 will enter an Automatic Repair mode. If not, follow these instructions:

1. Power on your Windows 10 device.
2. When the Windows logo appears, press the power button to interrupt the loading process.
3. If the system doesn’t enter recovery mode, repeat these steps until it does.
4. Once the Automatic Repair window appears, select Advanced Options




Do Before System Restore on Windows 10

Before you start System Restore on your Windows 10 computer there is a thing that you have to do. The thing is:

Create a restore point

To create a restore point you have to some steps which are given below:

Step-1: In Cortana’s search field type Create a restore point which you can find on the taskbar.

Step-2: In the result select the Create a restore point (Control Panel).

Create a restore point(cortana search)

Create a restore point(Cortana search)

Step-3: Now in the System Properties window, select the drive you want to protect.




Step-4: Click the Create button which is listed under Protection Settings.

Create a restore point(creat button)

Create a restore point(creat button)

Step-5: In the pop-up window Create a name for your restore point.

Step-6: Click on the Create button.

Create a restore point(creat a name)

Create a restore point(creat a name)

Step-7: After Windows 10 creates the restore point, click on the Close button.

Step-8: Click the OK button to finish creat a restore point.




System Restore on Windows 10

This method is the first on our list. This method’s first two steps are similar to create a restore point so don’t get confused. the steps are shown below:

Step-1: At first, type Create a restore point in Cortana’s search field on the taskbar.

Step-2: When the results will appear select the Create a restore point (Control Panel) option.

Create a restore point(cortana search)

Create a restore point(Cortana search)

Step-3: Now you will be able to see the System Restore button Just click on it.

System Restore on Windows 10(01)

System Restore on Windows 10(01)

Step-4: A popup window will now come to the screen here click on Next.

System Restore on Windows 10(02)

System Restore on Windows 10(02)

Step-5: Check the Show more restore points option to see all restore points created by Windows 10.

System Restore on Windows 10(03)

System Restore on Windows 10(03)

Step-6: Click the Scan for affected programs button. With this, you can see what programs, apps, and drivers will be affected by the change.

Step-7: Click the Close button to Close all affected programs.

Step-8: Then click on the Next button.

Step-9: Click on the Finish button.




System Restore on Windows 10 when your PC won’t start

If you find that your Windows 10 PC is wont start then it’s time for a system restart. But this system restoration process is quite different from the Above method. So let’s check out the steps:

Step-1: First Power on your Windows 10 device that you want to restore.

Step-2: When the Windows logo will appear, press the power button to interrupt the loading process.

Step-3: If the system does not enter recovery mode, please repeat these steps until it does.

Step-4: When the Automatic Repair window appears, select Advanced Options.

Step-5: After you select that Choose an option screen will appear, select Troubleshoot on it.

System Restore on Windows 10 when your PC won’t start(1)

System Restore on Windows 10 when your PC won’t start(1)

Step-6: On the Troubleshoot window, select Advanced options again.

System Restore on Windows 10 when your PC won’t start(2)

System Restore on Windows 10 when your PC won’t start(2)

Step-7: Now select System Restore on the Advanced Options screen.

System Restore on Windows 10 when your PC won’t start(3)

System Restore on Windows 10 when your PC won’t start(3)

Step-8: Then select your account.

Step-9: Enter your password for verification




Step-10: Click on the Next button to start the system restore process.

System Restore on Windows 10 when your PC won’t start(4)

System Restore on Windows 10 when your PC won’t start(4)

Step-11: Here select a restore point. Notice that our manual restore point isn’t available.

Step-12: Click the Scan for affected programs button With this you can see what programs, apps, and drivers will be affected by the change.

Step-13: Click the Close button to Close all affected programs.

Step-14: Then click on the Next button.

Step-15: Click on the Finish button.

Read More: How to Wipe a Windows 10 Computer




Bottom Line

This is the complete guide on System Restore on Windows 10. We hope that this article will be helpful to you.

If you face any problem during doing these methods on your computer. Then please let us know that thing we will try our level best to solve your problem.

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