Windows Roll Back Tool 

If installing software or hardware, or some other change to your PC, ends up making your computer inoperable (or very disagreeable), then using the Windows roll back tool, known as System Restore, can help you return your computer to a properly functioning state.

System Restore works like this: as long as it is turned on, it will take a virtual snapshot of your system's configuration at regular intervals. That way, if something goes wrong that you don't know how to fix, you can roll back to a point before the system changed. Windows will then use this former configuration, before the complications started, and your computer should run as though the change you made had never existed.

To make sure the Windows roll back tool is activated, go into the Control Panel, click on Performance and Maintenance and then choose System. In the box that appears, select the tab named System Restore. There is a box next to the sentence Turn off System Restore on all drives. Make sure this box is cleared. Also make sure that the drive where you keep your personal files, program files, and system files is listed as Monitoring under status. This will almost always be the (C:) drive.

If you plan on doing work to your computer, such as editing your registry files to ease your computer's startup, it is a good idea to set a restore point immediately before you do so. To set a restore point, go into System Restore and select the option to create a new point. You will even be able to name it to describe why you are creating the point.

To use System Restore after something has gone wrong, go to Start > Programs > Accessories > System Tools and choose System Restore. Select your desired restore point and click Next. You may need to restart your computer to allow the Windows roll back tool to engage. It will restore you to the date you have specified. None of your new files will be lost but turning back, but if you have deleted a file, rolling back Windows will not recover it.
 

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Now you can download driver updates automatically and safely. This handy software utility will keep your system up to date by automatically getting the latest drivers from your hardware's manufacturer - No need to waste hours upon hours every week searching the Internet for the latest driver files. Access to over 2,000,000 Device Associated Drivers, 640,000 are specific to computer manufacturers. You have better things to do then a driver scavenger hunt!

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Driver Detective's massive driver database, fast scan technology, and great user interface make it the industry leader in driver scanning. It's so easy to get your computer updated with the latest drivers that we think every computer should have this software on it. When you have the most up to date device drivers on your system, your computer will run at optimal performance and be free of errors!

Driver Detective software is designed to quickly locate the most current drivers specific to your computer system through its user friendly interface and access to an extensive database. Driver Detective saves the frustration and extensive time investment usually associated with updating drivers.

 

 

 

 

 

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