Over the time our computer tends to develop issues and if we are into installing more programs then the chances are even higher. You never know which software you are going to install isn’t genuine or may be the software is incompatible with something already present on your system. If anything like this happens, we then need to uninstall the tool and the files associated with it.
The best way to overcome these type of changes is provided by default in Windows known as System Restore. System restore is a tool provided to us in Windows by Microsoft that keeps running in background and monitoring our machine for some changes like installation of a software or windows update or anything like that, so that if anything goes wrong, you can easily switch back to the state before that change.
To be able to use System Restore, you just need to open it which you can do by hitting Windows key and start searching for system restore. It contains all the restore points created automatically however we are today reviewing a third party tool called as System Restore Point Creator using which you get more restore options and convenience.
The major advantage of using this tool is that you can easily (in 2 steps) create your own restore point. Creating your own restore point is really useful in case if you are unsure of how will your system react after the some change. Moreover this tool also gives you some more options like:
• Create custom named checkpoints
• View disk usage
• Delete old restore points
• Manage the restore point space utilization and more
So if you are some user who likes to use this feature a lot, then this tool is worth a try. The tool is available for free to use and works well with all versions of Windows.