System Restore Point is a handy feature available in Windows operating system to quickly fix or resolve an issue by restoring Windows to a previous state. System Restore does not affect user’s personal data, which means that when you restore your PC using a restore point none of the personal files such as documents and pictures will be deleted.
System Restore Point only restores Windows settings and installed programs to the previous state. The feature comes in handy in situations where you have an unstable Windows PC after changing Windows settings or installing software.
Restore Point Creator for Windows
As you likely know, just like its predecessors, Windows 10 also includes System Restore Point feature. Although it has always been possible to create manual restore points, Windows doesn’t offer much settings to change default Restore Point settings.
Restore Point Creator is a free tool designed to quickly create restore points in all recent versions of Windows operating system, including the latest Windows 10.
In addition to creating restore points, Restore Point Creator also enables you delete individual restore points to free up some valuable disk space. As you likely know, Windows doesn’t let you delete individual restore points without the help of third-party utilities. If you have tens of restore points, you can use this tool to delete only restore points that are older than a week or month.
The ability to manage System Restore storage space is another very handy feature of Restore Point Creator. You can view the disk space used by all restore points, change the default storage space for System Restore by increasing, or reduce the allocated space.
Scheduled restore points feature is another worth mentioning feature of the program. With this feature, you can configure the program to automatically create new restore points daily, weekly, or at specified time. There is even an option to automatically create a restore point each time you login to your account. There are tons of settings to configure Scheduled Restore Points.
Lastly, if you like to quickly access Restore Point Creator, you can add the program to This PC (My Computer) context menu. To do so, click Program Options/Settings and then click Enable My Computer right-click option.
Although you can download and install Restore Point Creator from the developer’s page (link provided at the end of this article), portable version of Restore Point Creator is also available to download at the developer’s page. If you’re not sure how useful this software is, please go ahead and download the portable version of the software.
NOTE: While using the portable copy of Restore Point Creator, we noticed that the program takes a bit longer than usual time to create restore points. During our test, at times, the program took more than 20 seconds to create restore point.
Download Restore Point Creator
Restore Point Creator is fully compatible with both 32-bit and 64-bit versions of Windows 10. Visit the following link to download Restore Point Creator.