The Windows-10 system protection is a useful solution to undo unwanted system changes or restore the OS, this example is also for Windows 8.1 and Seven.
Please open in Windows 10 system protection settings.
Run the command sysdm.cpl or sysdm.cpl ,4 and select the Tab System Protection. And change the system protection settings.
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Click Configure Button (... see Image-1 Arrow-5) and enable the System Protection in this example for Local System Disk C:\
See also: ... Create System Restore Point in Windows-10.
System protection in Windows-10 is a feature that regularly creates and saves information about your computer's system files and settings. System protection also saves previous versions of files that you've modified. It saves these files in restore points, which are created just before significant system events, such as the installation of a program or device driver. They're also created automatically once every seven days if no other restore points were created in the previous seven days, but you can create restore points manually at any time.
System protection is automatically on for the drive that Windows is installed on. System protection can only be turned on for drives that are formatted using the NTFS file system.
There are two ways that you can take advantage of system protection: If your computer is running slowly or isn't working properly, you can use Windows-10 System Restore to return your computer's system files and settings to an earlier point in time using a restore point. For more information about System Restore, see System Restore: frequently asked questions.
If you accidentally modify or delete a file or folder, you can restore it to a previous version that's saved as part of a restore point. For more information about previous versions, see Previous versions of files: frequently asked questions.
This example to activate system protection to undo system changes is suitable for: Windows 10 Pro, Windows 10 Enterprise, Windows 10 Home, Windows 8.1, Windows 8.1 Enterprise, Windows 8.1 Pro, Windows 8, Windows 8 Enterprise, Windows 8 Pro, Windows 7 Enterprise, Windows 7 Home Basic, Windows 7 Home Premium, Windows 7 Professional, Windows 7 Starter, Windows 7 Ultimate, Windows Vista
FAQ 182: Updated on: August 15th 2017 11:07