How to configure system restore for new Windows 11 installation

To configure System Restore for a new Windows 11 installation, you need to enable and set up the feature. Here are the steps to do so

To configure System Restore for a new Windows 11 installation, you can follow these steps:

  1. Enable System Restore:
    • Open the Start menu and search for “Create a restore point”.
    • Click on the top result to open the System Properties page.
    • Under the “Protection Settings” section, select the main “System” drive.
    • Click the “Configure” button.
    • Select the “Turn on system protection” option.
    • Use the “Max Usage” slider to allocate how much space Windows 11 should reserve to store restore points.
    • Click “Apply” and then “OK” to save the changes
  2. Create a Restore Point:
    • After enabling System Restore, Windows 11 will automatically create a restore point when applying system updates or when specific system changes are made.

Accessing System Restore

  • To access System Restore, you can open the Control Panel and search for “Recovery” to open System Restore and choose a restore point related to the problematic app, driver, or update.
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