Tuesday, July 20, 2010

System Restore Manager - Manage your system restore points

Surely you've made good use of your Windows system restore points, haven't you? Committed a serious boo boo with a defective or malicious software installation and had to go back in time to when your computer worked right? It's a great thing, but managing your restore points isn't easy, unless you have a good manager. From the developer:

1. Create a Restore Point on the fly, by clicking the Create Button
2. Restore your Windows PC to a prior restore point. Just select a Restore Point from the list and click the Restore Button. This will Restart your computer and launch the Restore Process
3. See all the available restore points
4. Selectively remove Restore Points you don’t want and save the one’s you want
5. Just select a Restore Point from the list and click the Delete Button
6. Select a Drive and change the maximum amount of disk space to use, System Restore can use. On Windows 7, the default is 5% of available disk space.
7. Change the System Restore Point Creation Interval. On Windows 7, the default is 24 Hours
8. Change the Restore Point Time to Live. The default is 90 days,on Windows 7.

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