Tuesday, 9 October 2012

How System Restore Utility Works In Windows

How do you feel when you are asked to meet the deadline of your project and your computer starts behaving in a bizarre way? This is frustrating when your boss demands an immediate update from you and your computer gets stuck on a certain point. Searching for a solution? Windows System Restore utility is coming your way! This post intends to discuss how “System restore” works in Windows to fix the corrupted files.

System Restore is a Windows utility that facilitates you to fix some temporary system crashes and other system related issues. Although, it doesn’t let you to restore any of your deleted or modified files but it can solve the hanging issues that most you often experience while working.

Talking about System Restore utility, one must know about "Restore Points" that Windows create on weekly basis. Restore points act as the recent saved point by the system which tend to occur after any of the registry settings, or any other software installation process. This allows you to reach the last saved point when you use system restore utility so that the corrupted files can reinstate for the use.

System restore is a useful feature that can let you overcome through unexpected exceptions by Windows. Unexpected runtime errors can occur in various situations such as while re-installing a driver, an exception created by a faulty website or downloading and installing a suspicious content from the web etc. All these issues are quite common and happen frequently with most of the people at work. I hope the useful feature of System restore offered by Windows can benefit majority of the people reading this post.