Summary: Creating a restore point helps you recover your Windows if it runs into any trouble. Read this step-by-step guide to learn how to create a restore point in Windows 11 and perform a System Restore.
The newly released Windows 11 comes with many new features. However, it has retained some of its legacy features, such as Backup and Restore (Windows 7) and System Restore. With System Restore, you can create a restore point that helps you recover Windows by reverting to a previous working state, if Windows OS runs into a major problem. However, it will undo all the system changes that occurred from that point. This feature is not enabled by default. You need to do it manually. Below, we’ll be discussing the step-by-step process to create restore point in Windows 11.
Note: It is recommended to set a restore point before making any changes to your system. Doing so will enable you to instantly take action, if something goes wrong due to faulty device drivers, problematic system updates, invalid registry settings, etc.
Creating a restoring point won’t take much time. First, you need to enable the System Restore feature and then make the restore point. Let’s get started.
Now that System Restore is enabled, proceed further with the following steps:
Now that you’re done setting up the restore point, you can learn how to use System Restore in Windows 11. Follow the given steps:
Creating a restore point and using it to perform System Restore may help you fix system issues, such as BSOD errors, Boot Up errors, etc., by bringing the system to its good old state. However, it will remove the system setting changes, affecting system files, Windows update, etc., due to which you may end up losing your crucial system data.
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A. What is a restore point?
The restore point is referred to as a fixed condition of your system and its data. It starts creating a copy of your system settings and files from the moment it’s completed. Using the restore point, you may perform System Restore and fix your system when any install failure, data corruption, or other problem occurs.
B. What happens when you do a System Restore?
System Restore repairs the Windows environment and reverts the files and system settings to the chosen restore point or previous settings and versions.
C. What issues does System Restore fix?
D. Can I stop System Restore process in Windows 11?
Windows generates a warning message stating that the process shouldn’t be interrupted after its commencement. It could drastically interfere with the restoration process and turn your system into bricking condition.
E. Is performing System Restore in Windows 11 same as in Windows 10?
Windows 11 has come with a fresh coat and plenty of new features. However, System Restore has been one of those legacy features it has retained. The System Restore process is similar to the previous Windows version. You can read this guide to learn how to use System Restore on Windows 10.
Mansi Verma is a Technology Writer at Stellar®. She is a Tech enthusiast, holding over 7 years of experience in Data Recovery, IoT, Artificial Intelligence, and the Robotics technology domain. She loves researching and providing DIY solutions and tips & tricks to solve Windows technical issues. In her spare time, she likes reading novels, and poetry. She also enjoys traveling and trekking.
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