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Every computer user who regularly uses computers knows and understands the value of his data. Whatever the situation, it does everything in its power to protect them from any type of virus or malware infection. What happens if the computer crashes or becomes confused for unknown reasons? What would you do in such circumstances?
Well, most of us are aware and smart enough to act in advance by backing up data with free backup software or simply by creating frequent system restore points. There are many good tools that can help you. And you can always be sure your data is safe when you have SysRestore – a free backup and restore tool.
SysRestore helps your computer stay safe from unexpected events such as a system crash, virus attack, accidental data loss, etc. This utility allows a user to easily restore his system disk/partition to a previously saved state.
After downloading the freeware, install it on your system partition, for example C:drive. Your computer will restart after installation. Start the program and create snapshots. Snapshots show the general state of your PC. These snapshots are created as hidden files on hard disks that are randomly selected by the program, depending on the state of your hard disks.
The next step is to configure various options to take a snapshot. You can schedule snapshots at each start, once a day or at specific time intervals.
The last step is to start disk recovery. A strong point of SysRestore is that in addition to the hard disk, other partitions in addition to system partitions can be recovered. Unlike built-in Windows recovery, which is based on a file copy and cannot back up files to a system partition, SysRestore can back up any partition to a boot partition, recover files, recover the system after a crash and much more because it is based on a sector-by-sector copy.
Before starting the hard disk recovery, you will be asked to confirm the action because the process would restart your PC. The program must be restarted twice, once during installation and once during hard disk recovery. This is because recovery must be done in recovery mode. Thus, the first reboot is to switch to recovery mode, while the second reboot is to stop recovery and reboot the operating system.
You can select the snapshot type you want to use to restore the hard disk. There are 3 types of snapshots:
SysRestore is compatible with all versions of Windows. You will also find it useful to use this tool if you find that restoring your system is not working and you have not successfully fixed it.
You can download the program here