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Watch Windows 10:- System Protection (System Restore)

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In this video we show you how to turn on System Protection (System Restore) and also how you can create a restore point.

Video Steps

1. Launch Settings

Click on the start button and click the cog wheel to open Settings.

2. Click on System

In System, click on System.

3. Click on the about tab at the bottom of settings

Clicking on the about tab will reveal System Info on the right.

4. Click on System Info

Click on System Info to open the window to get to System Protection.

5. Click on System Protection

On the left hand side click System Protection to open it's window.

6. Click the configure button.

Click on the Configure button and once the Restore settings window comes up, click "Turn on System Protection".

7. Save your settings.

Click the apply button to save the settings you configured.

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