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Windows is still the most popular desktop and laptop computer operating system in use today. How popular? Well, Linux combined has about 10% of this market while Macs account for 90%.
Windows is a versatile operating system that can do anything from running your favorite programs and games, to watching videos or even working on the desktop. And when problems arise with either of these functions – such as installing new software for example-you might find yourself in need of some help solving them without having access altogether just yet!
Luckily there’s Windows System Restore available at all times to help you….. try problem solving and fix it yourself. Sounds fun…
Windows System Restore is designed to help recover corrupt or damaged Windows installations. How does it work, what should you know about its limitations before using this tool in favor of a true backup solution the Turbo PC Fix can provide and which also protects all your data and system files on your operating system itself!
The Windows System Restore application is a built-in utility that lets you “restore” your installation and important system files to previous states using restore points. A point in time snapshot or copy of what was install on our computer at any given moment, we can create these ourselves manually with ease or they may also be created automatically by Microsoft whenever there are major changes made such as installing new software packages for us all together within the operating system.
When you create a restore point, Windows stores it on your computer’s hard drive until either used to restore the installation back into an earlier state or deleted. If things go wrong after creating one (i.e., installing new applications and updates) then System Restore can be used for rolling forward if there are no problems with any previous points in time before now – but only when nothing else has gone incorrect.
Windows System Restore was originally designed to help you recover your system if a problem arises. However, it’s often misused by people who think they can back up and restore their entire computer with one utility! The truth is that while some of its features do resemble those found in traditional backup applications – like restoring individual files or folders at once- there are many tasks available only through Windows Update (or another software application) because Microsoft doesn’t include feature sets such as creating images for disaster recovery purposes on install media anymore.
To fully restore your PC, you’ll need an external hard drive or another computer with Windows installed. You can use System Restore on the latest versions of both operating systems but it won’t allow for recovery if there are files outside of what’s included in their definition so make sure everything important has been backed up beforehand.
Windows System Restore doesn’t back up any user-created files when creating restore points, so if you delete or lose data from your computer it will not help recover those deleted. The only way to get them back is by using a true backup utility provided by professional technicians.
Windows tries to help and provide self help tools but at the end of the day you Need and Expert to get hands on and resolve your issue. Our technicians at Turbo PC Fix have years of experience and can clear explain the issue and solution.