In Windows it is possible to restore an earlier state of , but it must be done one condition - you need time to set up checkpoints.Click "Start", then click "All Programs" - "Accessories" - "Tools" - "System Restore ยป.In the next window, select "Create a restore point" and click "Next".Enter a name for the restore point (any) and click "Create."Close the window by clicking "Close".
you create a restore point.Now, in the event of any problems after installing new software or system updates , you can select Create a restore point, and roll back the system to this day.In order to have had the opportunity to roll back the system on days , every day should be to create a new restore point.
Windows creates restore points autom
atically, but this only happens when the software installation or when performing other hazardous system action.If you do not put new programs and one fails, then the recovery attempt does nothing because of the lack of control points - they simply are not created by the operating system.If you go to the menu recovery utility, you will see that most days are not bold.This means that a recovery point established for them.
Practice shows that even with a recovery point to restore the system to its previous state can not always - after the end of the program and restart your computer often appears that revert system on this dayfailed.Therefore, you should not rely on the recovery utility, is much safer to put on a second computer operating system (on another disk or disk partition).Whatever happened to the host operating system, you can always boot from the second.This will save important data and calmly to rebuild the main OS.