Windows 10: A downside to creating restore points?
A downside to creating restore points?
I'm puzzled by Microsoft's decision to have System Protection off by default in Win10. Is there a downside to creating Restore Points (other than the disk space needed)?
Maybe because 10 still has to many bugs that need to be fixed
I don't know why it's turned off by default. I have it turned on and haven't noticed any problems.
One of the first things I do is turn it on. I think this was a bad decision by MS. It's saved my butt several times so for the little space it uses its well worth having.
I created a restore point and at some time later, it disappears. After today's update for a security update for flash player, it's gone to be replaced by one for the update which is normal. I've been noticing this for a while.
I usually see the restore points created by windows but it isn't everyday backup, so I want to do a daily restore point backups, I went to Task Scheduler>>Windows>>System Restore, there is a task already there, I changed it to be daily at 4am, and...
I have a clean install of Win 10. Despite receiving several cumulative updates from Microsoft over the past several days, no automatic restore points have been created. System Restore is set to "On" for drive C: so that is not the issue. I can...
...stored on my computer; the physical location (folder)?
I like to have some kind of safety net - a reinstall is always possible but dull. Restore points are one option but I like to have several options since we know that restore points are very volatile.
For the purpose I tried AOMEI OneKey which...