The system restore feature in Windows Vista computer is an option that one can use to return the system to its default settings. The System Restore is an option that has been incorporated in most Windows operating systems. Even though this feature was released in 2000 along with the Windows ME operating system, Microsoft brought in the stable version of system restore feature in Windows 7 computers. However, the system restore feature in the Windows Vista operating system is just as effective and has a user-friendly interface as well as a performance which is similar to Windows 7. This feature is often called up to service when something goes wrong with the Windows machine, especially when your system is overrun by certain malware or viruses. When files have been irreparably damaged, doing a system restore will restore the settings to a date before the system lost the valuable data. A user will have to create a restore point to help out this feature to restore files back to Windows Vista computer. Restore points can be referred to a flag point in a point of time when your computer was working perfectly. Executing the system restore involves selecting the restore point to which you want to set your system. These Windows Vista help instructions should help you perform a system restore without much fuss.
• Unleash the startup menu by clicking on the "Start" tab placed on the taskbar on your Windows desktop. This tab cab be easily identified as it is having a windows symbol imposed it.
• From the startup menu go for the "All Programs" tab to make way for the folder that is labeled like "Accessories".
• Now pick out the "System Tools" tab and then click on the "System Restore" tab twice with your optical mouse.
• Tag along the "Continue" tab to bring up the "User Account Control" window which holds the "System Restore" tab.
• Pick out the radio tab that is placed adjacent to "Choose a different restore point" and click on "Next" to reveal all the restore points available.
• Access the "Show restores points later than five days" tab.
• Select the earliest available restore point and opt for the "Next" tab.
• Trigger the "Finish" tab to wind up the course of action.
For more details regarding system restore and other errors, feel free to avail the service of the Windows Vista help and support team.