What is Windows System Restore?

Answer Windows System Restore is a part of the Windows operating system. It allows the computer to revert to a previously archived state if a new piece of hardware or software causes the computer to malfu... Read More »

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What does system restore do in Windows XP?

Windows XP's "System Restore" brings your computer back to a previous state, according to Microsoft. You can do a restore in XP only as a administrator by going to "System Tools" under "Accessories... Read More »

How to Do System Restore on HP Computer With Windows Vista When Windows Does Not Load?

Every edition of the Microsoft Windows Vista operating system includes the System Restore application. Enabled by default, this feature periodically generates copies of critical drivers, files and ... Read More »

What will Windows Vista System Restore do?

Activating Windows Vista System Restore reverts all of the computer's settings, programs and driver installations to how they were at a previous time. The "System Restore" function allows you to un... Read More »

What to Do When System Restore is Not Working in Windows XP Professional?

System Restore in Windows XP Professional is a great tool for returning your computer to working order when problems arise. However, there are many factors that can make the restore fail as well. P... Read More »