[Windows 8] Restoring the system.

Last Update Date : Feb 06. 2018

The restore function provided by Windows enables users to easily restore the computer to a previous state when the PC has a problem.

 

If the system malfunctions or becomes out of order, you can solve the problem using the restore function.

 

However, you can only restore the computer to a previous point when there are saved data for that date or point. Since files may be deleted when the system is restored, it is recommended backing up files before restoring the system

1 Press the Windows + I key combination and click the Control Panel.
2 Set the View by option to Category, click System, click Protect at the top left, and click System Restore.
3 When the Restore window appears, select a Restore point according to the instructions, and then click Next.
4 Check the changes and click Finish. When the warning window appears, click Yes to proceed with the restoration.
5 When the restoration complete message is displayed, click Restart to restart the system.
6 If the complete message is displayed after the restart, click Exit. The restoration is complete.

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