Introduction Among all features of Windows ME or Windows XP the best is System Restore! Now I’m going to tell you a little bit about this system restoration process! THIS ARTICLE IS FOR THOSE WHO ARE NEW TO COMPUTING WORLD OR NEW TO WINDOWS! Why Should We Use This Feature? When we install new softwares on a pc that time some settings of the computer changes due to installation process, now if the changed or modified settings are not suitable for the pc or if the modified settings creates some problems while running the PC, that time we can use System Restore feature to take back your PC in a previous mode, in which settings it was running without any error! How Does It Work? If you want to use this feature, your C drive needs 12% to 15% free space. Actually, System Restore creates a snapshot of your PC’s OS when prompted, called Restore Point. For running System Restore you need atleast 200 MB free space on your hard disk. Now if System Restore is in enabled condition, the PC itself creates many restore points after and before some installation or un-installation process. Or we can create restore points manually also! You can store many restore points at-a-time in your PC. In that case, you can restore your PC to any of your selected restore point! How To Create A Restore Point? To create a new restore point, please follow Start -> All Programs -> Accessories -> System Tools -> System Restore Now selest “Create A Restore Point” then click “Next”, Now give a suitable name of this particular restore point you’re going to create -> “Next” -> OK How To Restore PC In A Particular Restore Point? Start -> All Programs -> Accessories -> System Tools -> System Restore OR Press F1 at desktop and then under “Pick A Task“ tab select “Undo Changes To Your Computer With System Restore” Now select “Restore My Computer To An Earlier Time” -> “Next” Now your PC will prompt you to save all unsaved data running on your PC and then after rebooting, your PC will be restored to your selected Restore Point! So, Never Forget To Create A Restore Point! :smug: Thank You!