If you are experiencing severe issues with the performance of your computer and have tried all the standard fixes then it may be time for more drastic measures. Performing a system restore is one of the best ways to really improve your computers performance but it is truly the most drastic measure you can take. A full system restore takes time and requires you re-install the operating system as well as all your other software programs and device drivers as well.
However there are incremental system restores that can improve your systems performance without having to do a full system restore. A feature of many of the Windows operating systems is that it will regularly make logs of the PCs operating system, registry and configurations settings. If you suddenly begin to experience an issue with your computer then you can restore to a point just prior to when the problem occurred. The utility will makes records of the computer system every day. This will allow you to back up to any given point of time when the computer was functioning properly.
You can perform the incremental system restore by going into System Tools and selecting System Restore. Just select the Restore Point you want to use and then click on “Restore”. It is a quick and easy process that will take your computer back in time to when it was operating properly.
It is important that your computers registry is in good operating order. The registry is the heart of your PC keeping it running and preventing it from freezing, crashing or just running slow.
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