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Add System Protection Context Menu in Windows 10

If you use the System Restore function in Windows 10 to revert your operating system to the last known stable point when it was working correctly, you might be interested in accessing it faster. You add a special cascading context menu "System Protection" to the Desktop in order to access the options of this feature faster.

Create Restore Point Context Menu in Windows 10

If you use the System Restore function in Windows 10 to revert your operating system to the last known stable point when it was working correctly, you might be interested in creating a new restore point with PowerShell. This can be useful with various automation scenarios. You add a special context menu item, "Create Restore Point ", to the Desktop in order to access this feature faster.

Create A Restore Point in Windows 10 with PowerShell

If you use the System Restore function in Windows 10 to revert your operating system to the last known stable point when it was working correctly, you might be interested in creating a new restore point with PowerShell. This can be useful with various automation scenarios. Also, you can create a special shortcut to execute the PowerShell command and make a new restore point with one click.

Create a restore point in Windows 10 with one click

If you use the System Restore function in Windows 10 to revert your operating system to the last known stable point when it was working correctly, you might be interested in having the ability to quickly create a restore point with one click. This can be done by creating a shortcut to a command which creates the restore point. In modern Windows versions, it is especially useful because System Restore has been scaled back to create restore points far less frequently, even as low as once a week!

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