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Controlling System Restore with PowerShell

Controlling System Restore with PowerShell

Create new restore points, kick off a rollback, and see existing restore points with just a few cmdlets

System Restore’s debut in Windows XP was a godsend. I thought of it as the “truth serum of Windows features” because it often revealed what users wouldn’t reveal. For example, an administrative employee once told me that her workstation wouldn’t boot. I asked her if she had installed anything recently, and she replied that she’d installed a new antivirus software version. “How many times did you install it?” I asked, and she said, “Just

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