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System Restore: Helps to roll back your system files

The feature “system restore” backs up system files with certain extensions like .exe, .dll, etc. and saves them for later recovery and usage. It helps to backs up the registry and the most drivers.

Market Press Release – October 7, 2010 11:43 am
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The main idea of system restore point is to return your PC files and programs to a time when PC was working absolutely fine. In other words, it potentially prevents hours of troubleshooting headaches as one can easily roll back his system files, registry keys, installed programs, and so on. The system restore helps to undo system changes without disturbing the personal files. Therefore, it is considered as good option for a person who is attempting system optimization like memory upgrades or software configuration.

The system restore is based on the feature System Protection which helps the computer to regularly create and save restore points. The restore points include information about registry settings and other system information that are needed by Windows. A person can even create restore points manually. The windows XP, Vista, and 7 all can create restore points automatically but these points don't hurt manually created one which were created just prior to installing or uninstalling of hardware/software or before making changes to any system configuration settings.

In Microsoft Windows7, the feature “system restore” works comparatively better than other versions. A person can create more restore points and check out what files were removed or added when PC was restored. For more protection, one can use System Restore with Windows Backup. This helps the system to safeguard e-mail, pictures, documents, and other personal files that are needed.

In Microsoft Windows Vista, system restore features is an improved interface which is based upon Shadow Copy technology. The Windows versions before Vista were based on a file filter. It made the changes for a certain set of file extensions and then it used to copied files before they were overwritten. The advantage of using Shadow Copy over file filter is that block-level changes were done in files and it is located in any directory where the volume can be monitored. This is backed up with regardless of their location. Importantly, old restore points are removed in order to keep the volume usage in a specified amount.

Microsoft’s Windows Server operating system family does not include the feature System Restore for undoing system changes. But, the System Restore feature is built into Windows XP and it can be installed on a Windows Server 2003 machine.

Wendy Wilson is specializing in writing articles on how to Restore System, Restore Software. For more information about the author and Windows system restore methods please visit http://www.rollbacksoftware.com


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