Do you feel like your Windows 10 computer is sluggish all of a sudden? If so you might want to try the following steps to restore it and undo changes that may be causing the problems. If a change was recently made knowingly or unknown to you, it may be that.
This brief tutorial is going to show students and new users how to restore Windows 10 PCs so that changes that were made that is slowing down your computer can be undone. If you think an app, system drivers or an update for Windows is making your computer perform worse, restoring it to an earlier point in time might fix the problem.
Restoring your computer to an earlier point in time won’t affect your files and documents, but remove apps, systems drivers, updates and undo recent changes after the restore point was created. A new restore point takes place between 7 to 14 days.
Restoring Windows 10 PCs
To restore your Windows 10 computer, click the Start button and type restore point in the search box on the task bar, then select Create a restore point from the list of results.
When the system properties box opens, on the System Protection tab, select System Retore
Select Next, then choose the restore point related to the app, driver, or update that might be causing the problem.
Then select Next > Finish.
Restart your PC. Do what you were doing before to see if performance has improved. If you don’t see any restore points, it might be because system protection isn’t turned on.
To turn on system protection
Click the Start button and in the search box on the taskbar, type restore point, then select Create a restore point from the list of results.
In the System Properties box, on the System Protection tab, select Configure. In the Restore Settings area, select Turn on system protection > OK.
If your PC still runs slow, try looking at installing malware scanner to scan for malware on the computer.
Congratulations! you’ve just successfully restored Windows 10 computer.
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