Is your Windows 8 not running well? System is crashing unexpectedly? Your system might be affected by some virus or malware. Antivirus removed malware/virus but system is still slow/hanging? Here is a solution to this problem, we call it System Restore. This tutorial shows how to perform System Restore in Windows 8 or 8.1.
System Restore is easily accessible in Windows 7 but in Windows 8 it is not easily accessible. This tutorial is all about using System Restore in Windows 8. Just follow these steps to “perform System Restore in Windows 8“.
First open Control Panel. To open Control Panel search “control panel” on Start Screen and click on Control Panel in search results. Control Panel will open.
In Control Panel‘s search box type “recovery“. You will see Recovery option in search results, click on it. It’ll open Advance Recovery Tools for you.
In Advanced Recovery Tools, click on Open System Restore.
System Restore window will open where you can choose options to perform System Restore in Windows 8 or 8.1
In the System Restore window, you will see two options. Click on the desired option to start System Restore in Windows 8 or 8.1. You can select Recommended Restore or you can alternatively select Choose a different restore point. In case you want to restore your system to another Restore point, select second option and click Next.
Now you will see the list of available Restore points. You can select a restore point prior to system crash. Select your desired restore point to start System Restore in Windows 8 or 8.1. After selecting a Restore point, click Next.
Now you are ready to “perform System Restore in Windows 8 or 8.1“. Click Finish to start system restore process in Windows 8 or 8.1.
You will see a warning message telling you that you can’t stop system restore once started. Click on Yes to continue System restore process in Windows 8 or 8.1.
Now your PC will perform system restore operation in Windows 8. It may take some time. Sit back and relax.
After performing System Restore, you PC will restart. If “restore operation in Windows 8 or 8.1“ were successful, it will show you a message about successful System Restore.
Now you PC will run smoothly like it was running before. This tutorial was about-
“How to perform System Restore in Windows 8 or 8.1“
Hope you liked it. Comment below if you face any problem while performing System Restore in Windows 8 or 8.1.