Select one of the background choices or change the background or accent colors. Figure : Personalizing the Start screen background and colors Changing the Windows 8 Desktop Use the following steps to personalize your Windows Desktop experience. Changing the Windows 8 Desktop background To change the pattern or wallpaper on the Windows Desktop, follow these steps: Right-click an empty area of the Desktop, and then click Personalize. Figure : Personalize Click Desktop Background to open the settings window. Figure : Personalization window To change the Desktop image, select one of the standard backgrounds, or click Browse and navigate to a picture stored on the computer.

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This document explains how to use and troubleshoot the System Restore feature in Windows 10 and Windows 8. System Restore automatically creates restore points, a memory of the system files and settings on the computer at a particular point in time. You can also create a restore point yourself. Then, when you use System Restore to restore your computer to a point in time before an issue began, System Restore returns your computer to the files and settings from the restore point.

Your personal files and documents are not affected. You can also undo a System Restore if the restore does not resolve the issue or if the issue becomes worse. System Restore enables you to change a collection of Microsoft Windows system files to a configuration that existed at a particular point in time. No personal data files, such as email, documents, or pictures, are lost or changed. It reinstalls the original operating system such as Windows and removes all other software and personal data files.

When recovery is complete, only the software that originally came with your computer will be available. You will need to reinstall additional software and any of your personal files that were backed up. Whenever the computer suddenly develops a problem, you should first perform a System Restore to try to resolve the issue before performing a complete recovery using HP Recovery Manager. However, Microsoft System Restore can be disabled and can cause problems if you try to restore from a previous point.

To make sure System Restore is enabled, complete the steps below. Save any open files and close all open programs. In Windows, search for restore, and then open Create a restore point from the results list.

System Properties opens with the System Protection tab selected. On the System Protection tab, select your hard drive, and then click Configure. The System Protection for Local Disk window opens.

Click Turn on system protection, and then click OK. Create a restore point Windows automatically creates restore points at regularly scheduled intervals and before many software installations. If you would like to create a restore point manually, use the steps below. On the System Protection tab, click Create.

The Create a restore point window opens. In the text box, type a descriptive name for the restore point that will help you remember when you created the restore point. Then click Create. The computer creates the restore point. When the window appears stating that the restore point was created successfully, click Close.

Restore your computer when Windows starts normally If the computer stops working correctly, you can restore it to a previous point in time when it was working. On the System Protection tab, click System Restore. The System Restore window opens. Click Next. Click the Restore Point that you want to use, then click Next. The confirmation window opens. Click Finish to restore your computer to a previous point. Do not interrupt System Restore when it starts. This can corrupt your hard drive and create more problems.

Click Yes in the warning that appears. System Restore returns the computer configuration to a previous point in time and restarts. Restore your computer when Windows cannot start normally Use the following steps to restore your computer when Windows does not open normally.

Turn off the computer and wait at least 5 seconds with the computer in a full off state. Turn on the computer and repeatedly press the F11 key, about once every second, until you see the Windows loading screen.

If a language selection screen opens, select the language you want to use to continue. On the Choose your keyboard layout screen, select the keyboard layout that matches your keyboard type. On the Choose an option screen, click Troubleshoot. On the Troubleshoot screen, click Advanced Options.

On the Advanced options screen, click System Restore. Click Windows 8, click Windows 8. Click the Restore Point that you want to use, and then click Next. The Confirm Restore Point window opens. Doing so can corrupt your hard drive and create more problems. Undo a system restore Follow these steps to undo the restore and put the files and programs on your computer back to the way they were before you used System Restore.

Select Undo System Restore, and then click Next. Confirm that the date and time are correct, and then click Finish. System Restore undoes the restore and restarts. Delete restore points You can delete system restore points to temporarily create more space on your computer.

You can delete either all restore points or all but the most recent restore point. You cannot delete all but a specific restore point beyond the most recent.

The free disk space is used again when the computer creates new restore points. Deleting all restore points Follow these steps to delete all system restore points on your computer.

On the System Protection tab, click System Restore to view all the current restore points. Then click Next. A list of all current restore points displays. Make sure these are the restore points you want to delete, then click Cancel to close the window. On the System Protection tab, click Configure. In the System Protection window, click Delete next to Delete all restore points for this drive. When prompted, click Continue. Once you have deleted the restore points, you cannot restore them.

Deleting all but the most recent restore point Follow these steps to delete all but the most recent restore point. In the task bar on the desktop screen, click File Explorer. In the Properties window, click Disk Cleanup. In the Disk Cleanup window, click Clean up system files. When prompted, click Delete. What to do when System Restore fails Use the following steps if System Restore fails to create a restore point or fails to restore.

Step 1: Disable virus scanning protection Malware scanning software can have built-in protection systems that prevent other software programs from altering their structure - including System Restore. When System Restore is unable to use the files of the scanning software, System Restore fails and the following message appears: To successfully restore your system, temporarily disable virus scanning and the built-in protection. To do this follow the instructions below. Most antivirus applications have a system tray icon.

If so, switch to the desktop view and right-click the system tray icon for your antivirus application to find options that allow you to temporarily disable scanning or virus protection. It is a good idea to unplug any network cables and disconnect from the Internet while your virus protection is disabled.

Step 3: Create a restore point If no restore point exists on your computer, System Restore cannot complete. This message also indicates that there is no data from which to restore and you cannot restore to a previous point in time.

However, it might be possible to create a restore point from the current system and restore with the system files currently on the computer. Doing so can resolve a variety of problems by rebuilding the file structure. Follow the instructions in the Create a restore point section to create a restore point. Step 4: Start System Restore from the startup screen Use the instructions in the Restore your computer when Windows cannot start normally section to restore your computer outside of the normal Windows operating system environment.


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