How to Configure Windows 10 to Auto Generate a System Restore Point
Before you make changes to your computer such as changing the Registry or exchanging hardware or updating system drivers. It is crucial to building a system restore point. It is worthwhile to note that Windows 10 auto creates a restore point for you before any critical event like installation of a new driver (office.com/setup). You can make your own point of restoration whenever you want.
Auto Restore Point Startup
The first thing that can be done is to make sure that Restore Point Feature is On. For some reasons, Microsoft has decided to ship Windows 10 out with the system restore disabled by default. Make sure that it is ON just by Clicking Windows key, and entering system reset and tap Enter. Whenever system properties windows pop up, tap Configure button and see Turn on system protection. Tap apply now (office setup).
Now you require to disable system restore frequency to permit Task Scheduler to make restore point whenever you start the system (office com setup).