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XP Using System Restore

Windows XPs System Restore component is a vital disaster recovery tool that allows you to protect your PC from problems caused by faulty device drivers, malicious (or badly written) software and a whole variety of other hazards. System Restore should be the first thing that you try when resolving serious problems with your XP system, as it allows you to reset your PC to a time when you know it was last working. The Windows system can be restored without risking the integrity of your personal files. You will read about different types of restore points and how you can make use of them. The final part of this article concentrates on shortcuts and simple scripts that can make using System Restore even more user-friendly.

Category: Basics
Issue: 2005 Issue 6 September/October
Operating Systems: XP
Article Reference: X14b

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