You can create system restore points every time Windows 10 starts, and in this guide, we’ll show you how to do it. On Windows 10, System Restore is a feature that works like a time machine that takes your computer to an earlier point in time to reverse system changes using a restore point. This feature is particularly useful to recover from a number of issues when your device isn’t working correctly without affecting your files. Usually, new restore points are created automatically before a significant event occurs, such as when installing a new app, driver, or software update, and you can even trigger them manually. The only caveat is that using a restore point that isn’t recent may end up undoing many unnecessary changes. However, if you want to make sure there is always a fresh restore point available, you can configure System Restore to generate additional checkpoints every time you start Windows 10. How to create Windows 10 system restore points automatically on startup
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I thought this would be a very handy post for when Windows updates causes major problems. It is very nice to have a solid restore point to go back to. It can save you hours of work and $100’s on your computer repair bill.