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This tutorial will enable you to create a System restore point on your Windows 10 PC with a simple script so that you can easily initiate the process with a double-click whenever you are about to make some significant changes to your Windows 10 PC.
To start this tutorial, you will need to first of all check if System Restore Point is already enabled on your Windows 10 PC by following the steps below;
- Open the Start Menu > Search for Create a Restore Point and Press Enter OR Right-click the Windows icon on the task bar > Click Systems > then System Protection on the left pane.
- On the systems Properties page > Click System Protection, if the Settings is ON, just skip the rest of this segment to "How to Create System restore point Shortcut Script" in the next segment, otherwise follow the steps below to turn it ON
- If the system protection is OFF, click the PC system Drive, then the Configure button.
- Select Turn ON System Protection option
- Click Apply > Ok
|System Protection Settings Window|
How to Create System Restore Point Shortcut Script
To Create a System Restore point with shortcut script on your desktop, do the followings;
- Go to your Windows 10 Desktop, Right-click - select New and Click Shortcut
|Creating shortcut on Windows 10 Desktop|
- On the Create Shortcut window paste or type this command:
|Create Shortcut Wizard|
- Name the Shortcut for example Create Restore Point then click Finish at the bottom of the Window. After doing these, proceed to the final steps below.
- Right-click the shortcut you just created on your Desktop > then select Properties.
|Create Restore Point Properties|
- Select Run as Administrator
- Click Ok > Apply > Ok as seen in the screenshot below
- Now let's verify what you've done. double click the icon and after some seconds, it should like the screenshot below. If it doesn't display something similar, then you need to go through this tutorial again to check for mistakes.
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