You can try this invisible option to make always up-to-date to your Windows 10. If your system missed out any option, you can easily get back into the best position to run your Windows.
In Windows 10, the feature System Restore is a automatically connect and brings the changes on to your system and saves the computer status through restore point. Coming days, if your system gets corrupt due to the some changes, or gets update your driver or software and you can easily get back into the previous status with restore point without losing any data.
If the restore point enabled to support apps and Windows 10, you can set manually. Anyway, if you made a big mistake without creating restore point, you are ineligible to get back those features. For this you need to verify the restore point must be a fresh count, you don’t want to do make manual restore point, if you enable Windows Defender Antivirus then it check daily through scanning.
Enable Restore Point on Windows 10:
* Create System Restore and Click System Protection
* Under Protection Settings–> Your system protected then you need to Off and Click Configure button.
* Turn on system protection
* Apply–> Ok
Enable System Restore Points with Group Policy:
* Windows key + R–> Run
* gpedit.msc–> OK to lead Local Group Policy Editor.
Computer Configuration/Administrative Templates/Windows Components/Windows Defender/Scan
* Double-click Create a system restore point policy
After, you have done settings, your system will save a restore point for daily scan.
Enable Restore Point With Registry:
Note: Before, you work through the registry, it may cause your system and your installation, if you want to escape from this i recommend you to take full backup to secure the computer.
* Windows key + R or Run command
* Regedit –> OK to load Registry
* search the path following one:
Tips: If you want to jump particular location you can work through Windows 10 Creators and upcoming option.
* Right-click Windows Defender –> New –> Key.
* Scan — > Enter
* Right-click and select New–> DWORD (32-bit) Value.
* DisableRestorePoint–> Enter
* new DWORD –> 0.
* Click Ok to finish the process.
Via: Windows Central
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