Windows System Restore is an extremely useful utility to help roll back changes made to the computer. Whether you installed a program which you don’t want anymore or have been attached by a computer viruses, the program will give you the option to roll back the computer to before the event happened. If you need help using system restore, please comment at the bottom of the post and we will answer the question as soon as possible.
Step 1 – In order to get to system restore (in Windows Vista & Windows 7), click on the Windows Icon in the bottom left hand of your screen and type “System Restore” into the search bar. The computer should search and find system restore. Left click on system restore in order to open the program. In Windows XP, you will need to click on the Windows Icon in the bottom left hand of your screen and click “Help and Support.” After Help and Support comes up, type “System Restore” in the search box.
Step 2 – The system restore program will come up. Click next to proceed.
Step 3 – System restore will display available restore points. If no restore points are available, this means that the computer has system restore disabled or a computer virus has made changes to the computer to remove system restore points. However, there are generally some restore points available.