Q2. In Windows 10, you want to restore your computer to a System Restore point. How do you do it? (Choose 2 best options)
A. Start | All Apps |Windows Accessories | System Tools, and then click System Restore
B. Type "restore" in the search box, and select "System Restore"
C. Start | Control Panel | System and security | Backup and security , and then click System Restore
D. Start | Control Panel | System | Backup and security , and then click System Restore
Correct Answer: A,B
System Restore automatically track changes to your computer and creates restore points before major changes are to occur. To create a restore point, System Restore takes a full snapshot of the registry and some dynamic system files. For example, restore points are created before new device drivers, automatic updates, unsigned drivers, and some applications are installed.
To create a System Restore Point in Windows 10, use the sequence, Start | All Apps|Windows Accessories | System Tools, and then click System Restore.
Alternatively, you may just type "restore" in the search box, and click on the "System Restore" option that appears above.
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