The system restore points on windows 10 allows to create points which can be rolled back when the computer doesn’t work properly. They are generally created when an app is about to be installed and expected to cause issues or when new drivers are installed.
Enable System Restore Point in Windows 10
It is very easy to enable system restore point:
Enabling the system restore point is as easy as going into settings and turning on an option.
1. On the Start menu search for “Create a restore point.” and click on it. The system restore point settings is opened and the restore points for the computer is opened.
2. When the dialog box opens, make sure you are inside the “System Protection” tab.
In the “Protection Settings” section, you will be able to see whether the system restore point is enabled for your system disk or not. If it shows “Off,” click on the “Configure…” button to modify the option.
3. Click on the “Turn on system protection” option on the screen to enable the system restore points for the computer. Then, click on “Apply” button and then on “OK” to save the settings.
The system restore point has been successfully enabled on your Windows 10 computer.