Microsoft Windows 10, a powerful operating system, provides you the ability to diagnose problems that can prevent it to run properly. But, now this is the right time when it needs some manual interference. Although Windows 10 includes various recovery tools, but all of them not work accurately you had expected, therefore you need to restore the system manually. Yet, they can consider taking help from experts with Window 10 customer support number to avail instant resolution. If you don’t want any assistance, here’re a few Windows 10 recovery options you can use to fix Windows 10 issues.
The System Restore allows you to “rewind” the Windows installation to a running state, without losing configuration. If anything important occurs, such as a Windows update or installing a new application, it saves ‘Restore’ points automatically.
- Open System Restore: At first, type the ‘System Restore’ in the Windows 10 search box, and then choose the ‘create a restore point’ from the resulting list. Once the ‘System Properties’ dialog box will appear, click the ‘System Protection’ tab, and then tap on the ‘Configure button’.
- Enable System Restore: Now,choose to activate ‘Turn on system protection’ and use the ‘Max Usage’ slider for knowing how much hard drive space is utilized to save Restore points. If you often want to make a restore point, just go back to the dialog box and tap on the ‘Create’ button, otherwise the new Windows OS will create them automatically.
- Restore your System: If you want to go to Restore Point, open the ‘System Properties’ dialog box and tap the ‘System Protection’ option, and then click the ‘System Restore’ button.Afterward, follow the on-screen instructions and then select the ambition Restore point.
Restoring From Serious Problems
You can also restore your Windows 10 based system to the safe state without losing your documents, although remaining data are deleted. But still, make sure that you have the complete backup of your important files before using the option. However, if you lose your backup of data accidentally while using Windows 10, you can restore them with the help of experts at the Window 10 customer service phone number.
If System Restore Won’t Work
Some major issues of Windows may prevent you to restore your system by rewinding to a Restore point. Therefore, you need to run Windows 10 in the Safe Mode. It is meant that risky drivers and apps or settings will be turned off, and you will be able to restore your system successfully.