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How to Disable System Restore in Windows 7/Vista and XP


system_restore_logoSystem Restore is a built-in feature in every Windows which allow users to restore their computer to a restore point. By using system restore, you’ll no longer need to worry if your computer goes wrong sometime later as it can help you to roll back your computer to a previous stable state. We strongly recommend you not to disable this feature as the only price to this feature is some disk usage. If you really insist on going to get rid of it, we’ll show you how to do that in few easy steps below.

4 easy steps to disable System Restore in Windows 7

1. Click Start, right click My Computer, click Properties.
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2. A window will be prompted to you. Click on System Protection at the left.
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3. Next, click Configure under System Protection tab.
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4. Click on the Turn Off System Protection radio button, then click OK.
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4 easy steps to disable System Restore in Windows Vista

1. Click Start, right click My Computer, click Properties.
2. A window will be prompted to you. Click on System Protection at the left.
3. Uncheck the checkboxes for drives that you wish to disable System Restore.
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4. Click Ok, then click Turn System Restore Off.
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4 easy steps to disable System Restore in Windows XP

1. Right-click My Computer icon on the Desktop and click Properties.
2. Click on System Restore tab.
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3. Check the checkbox for Turn off System Restore on All Drives.
4. Click OK, then Yes when prompted to restart.

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