To restore Windows 10, the first thing we must have is a restore point, which is a backup of the moment in time to which we want to return to. In this operating system, restore points are automatically generated each time a new application, driver or Windows update is installed as long as you have this feature enabled.

We also have the option to create manual restoration points. To do this, type Create a restore point in the Cortana search box and press Enter. A System Properties window will open. By clicking on the Create button, and inserting a name, we can create a restoration point.

Restoring Windows 10 to a previous point is as easy as accessing the Control Panel, either through Cortana or from the Start menu.

Access the control panelAccess the control panel

Select the icon view and access the Recovery menu.

Click on RecoveryClick on Recovery

From the three available options, we chose the one in the middle: Open System Restore.

Choose the Open System Restore optionChoose the Open System Restore option

We can choose between restoring to a point recommended by the system or choosing another restoration point.

Select the backup to be restored, either the recommended or any otherSelect the backup to be restored, either the recommended or any other

If we choose the second option, a list of all available restoration points will be shown, sorted by date.

Choose the restore pointChoose the restore point

Select one of them, press Next and Finish to confirm the system restoration.

Confirm the data and press FinishConfirm the data and press Finish

Once the process is completed, your operating system will look like it did at the time the backup was created, so if you had any bugs or errors, they should be fixed right away.