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    System-Restore-Is-A-Component-Of-Microsoft's-Windo62 System-Restore-Is-A-Component-Of-Microsoft's-Windo62 Document Transcript

    • System Restore is a component of Microsofts Windows Me, Windows XP, Windows Vista andsomekeyword that allows for the rolling back of system files, registry keys, and installed programs, etc., to a previous state in the event of malfunctioning or failure. In System Restore, the user may create a new restorepoint manually, roll back to an existing restore point, or change the System Restore configuration. Moreover,the restore itself can be undone. Old restore points are discarded in order to keep the volumes usage withinthe specified amount. For many users, this can provide restore points covering the past several weeks. Users concerned with performance or space usage may also opt to disable System Restore entirely. Files stored on volumes not monitored by System Restore are never backed up or restored so for data recovery this is notan ideal solution. For this type of tech support, one can get in touch with a help desk specialist. System Restore backs up system files of certain extensions (.exe, .dll, etc.) and saves them for later recovery and use. It also backs up the registry and most drivers. System Restore points are also created automaticallywhen software is installed using the Windows Installer,Package Installer or other installers which are aware of System Restore.how to recover deleted folder
    • Sometimes, When Windows Update installs new updates to Windowsthen also Restore Points are created or when the user installs a driverthat is not digitally signed by Windows Hardware Quality Labs Every 24hours of computer use (10 hours in Windows Me), or every 24 hours ofcalendar time, whichever happens first This setting is configurablethrough the registry or using the deployment tools
    • Such a restore point is known as a system checkpoint System Restorerequires Task Scheduler to create system checkpoints Moreover, systemcheckpoints are only created if the system is idle for a certain amount oftime
    • When the operating system starts after being off for more than 24 hoursor when the user requests it On Windows Vista, shadow copies createdduring File Backup and Complete PC Backup can also be used asrestore points
    • Older restore points are deleted as per the configured space constrainton a First In, First Out basis In order to perform a system restore youneed to: Click start Click my computer Right click properties A pop upopens up Click system restore tab Click to select the Turn off/on SystemRestore check box
    • Or click to select the Turn off/on System Restore on all drives check boxClick ok
    • how to recover deleted folder You will receive another pop up; click yes
    • how to recover deleted folder