When a system suddenly becomes slow, the cause is usually difficult to find especially if it is caused by system updates. In the event that you experience such, one of the most effective ways of solving such problem is through system recovery.
System recovery helps restore your computer to an earlier state. It returns your computer to the state it was when everything was good by simply removing all programs installed after the date chosen as the restore point.
What is a restore point? A restore point is the point chosen automatically by the system or the system owner when creating a restore point. To restore your computer to a previously created restore point, follow the steps below:’
>>Click on search in type in control panel.
>>Click on recovery
>>Click on open system restore
>>Select the point earlier created by you or you can choose the one created by the computer.
Your computer will be restored to the state it was when everything was good.
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