Over the last week, you’ve installed some new software, upgraded your video card drivers, and updated some existing applications. You are now having intermittent performance problems, and you would like to revert back to your old configuration. What is the easiest way to change your configuration back to the way it was a week ago?
A) Rebuild the system from a recent backup
B) Uninstall the software and drivers in reverse order
C) Perform a System Restore
D) Reinstall Windows from the original installation media
E) Look through ads for some computer deals
The answer: C) Perform a System Restore
A System Restore can easily roll back your configuration to a particular date and time.
Want to know more? Watch “Other System Tools.”
When you’re troubleshooting a technical issue, you need access to every possible tool to help resolve the problem. In this video, you’ll learn how to view system information, how to restore the system configuration from an automated backup, how to connect to remove devices using Remote Desktop, and much more.