By reading this article you will learn how to restore Windows 10 to an earlier date. Recently we have seen that recovery is disabled by default in Windows 10, that is, recovery points are not automatically created and you need to manually enable system protection.
You can also manually create a restore point, and then let Windows 10 run it at regular intervals during delicate operations such as installing updates or software. Once set up, you can use one of these points to restore the operating system as it was on that date.
However, even if it only affects system and software files, this can cause problems. We therefore recommend that you create a recovery disk and/or back up your personal files to an external hard disk. This precaution prevents data loss in the event of a crash during recovery.
So let’s read, Windows 10: how to restore an earlier date with a restore point!
How to restore Windows 10 to an earlier date
Via the Start button or the search bar in the lower left corner find “System”.
Click on “System protection” in the menu on the left.
Click System Restore when the first window is displayed and Windows 10 displays the available recovery points. It is not necessary to go too far in time, find the point of restoration closer to the period when the system was stable or did not present the problem that you want to solve.
Windows 10 summarizes and displays the recovery date on which the system will be restored. Pay attention to the warnings. If you have changed the password from the moment you reset, you must remember it. In the same way, save and close the programs in use before clicking “Finish”.
The restore operation takes some time. Once completed, it will be possible to cancel the restore if it did not solve the problem.
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