Create A Restore Point

February 15, 2018 at 00:26:57
Specs: Linux x86_64)
Here is how to create shortcut for creating system restore point in Windows
1- Right click in an empty space on your Desktop to discover the context menu. We need to create a shortcut item. For that, click on New and then on Shortcut.
2- As next, we need to give a destination location for the shortcut just created. For that, type in the following path in the text filed named Type the location of the item.
cmd.exe /k "Wmic.exe /Namespace:\\root\default Path SystemRestore Call CreateRestorePoint "%DATE%", 100, 7"
3- Next a name is to be given for the shortcut. Type a name of your choice under the text field named Type a name for this shortcut. Once you are done, click on Finish button for the changes to take over.
4- Now if you have a look at your Desktop, you will see that the new shortcut has been created successfully.
5- As next, right click on the newly created shortcut to find and click on Properties from the context menu.
6- This results in the opening up of a new window for customizing the properties of the newly created shortcut. Click on the tab named Shortcut. Down there, you will find a button named Advanced. Click on it.
7- A new window named Advanced Properties opens up. Check the cell corresponding to Run as Administrator option. Finally, click on Apply and OK buttons for both the Windows.
8- To create the restore point, now you just need to give a double-click on the shortcut icon just created.
Source:- Creating System Restoring Point

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February 15, 2018 at 00:55:13
Thank you for the info...

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