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restore point

A copy of the contents of the computer's memory or a database. See snapshot.
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Clicking on the Settings button lets you control how much disk space to reserve for restore point history (figure 2).
Type a name for the restore point, such as "First manual restore point.
I recently created a restore point but when I check the only restore point was December 1899.
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Acer also has desktop applications such as Acer CloudDocs, Acer Recovery Management - which lets you restore your ultrabook to factory settings or create customised restore point, Acer Backup manager among others.
The solution works by automatically creating a restore point to back up a computer's system setting when initiating a scan, which enables end users to undo any changes made during the Pre-Startup Scan.
Advisory: It's a good idea to always create a manual restore point before you make any major change in your computer.
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8220;In testing, we were able to take a restore point and put it on a brand new machine very quickly.