If your computer suddenly becomes unstable due to a problem with your PC, and your PC does not operate normally, you can restore the system to the point in time before the problem occurred.
After restoring the system, you can restore Windows system files, registry, etc. to the previous state. The previous state means returning to “Restore point” generated when installing a new application or driver on the PC, or when updating Windows.
In order to restore the system, it is necessary to create a restore point when the PC is in a normal system state. System Restore affects only the system file that operate the PC.
Even after system restoration, documents, images and e-mail data are not affected by default, but it is recommended that you back up important data on the hard disk in advance in case of PC boot problems during system restore.
Open System Restore
▼ First, open “Control Panel“. As below, presskey to open Run, and enter 1control or C:\Windows\System32\control.exe in the text box. Click 2 button.
After Windows 10 Creators Update(version 1703), Control panel item disappeared from the right click menu of. You can check how to start the control panel from the following link.
▼ First, in the Control Panel, select the 1View by: large (small) icon, and click 2Recovery.
▼ Next, click 1Configure System Restore in the Advanced reovery tools.
▼ As an alternative, type 1restore in the Windows search box, and then click 2Create Restore Point.
▼ Both methods go to the System Properties window below. On the 1System Protection tab, select 2System Drive(C:) and click the 3button.