Restore your PC to an earlier state
Whenever you carry out an activity that may put your PC at risk (for example, downloading a program or updating to a new version of Windows) we always recommend you create a system restore point. This lets you roll your PC back to an earlier system version without affecting any of your personal data or files.
We’ll explain how to create a restore point, then how to return your PC to that point. To open System Restore press the Windows key, type restore point, then click ‘Create a restore point’. Next, click the Create button at the bottom, name your restore point, then click Create once more. A pop-up message will tell you when the restore point has been created.
To roll your PC back to this point, open