Did you install the Windows 10 Anniversary Update? Wondering where your restore points went? See the FAQ or Frequently Asked Questions for details on what happened.
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This is version 4.1 Build 5, the last version of System Restore Point Creator that is compatible with Windows XP. Any future versions of System Restore Point Creator will not run on Windows XP. Windows XP users will not receive any new updates. If you want to continue using System Restore Point Creator and get support you must update your system to Windows Vista (or newer).
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Version 5.7 Build 1 is now available for download and updating through the program. All updates to the program can be checked for and downloaded by clicking on the “Check for Updates” button in the program. A full changelog can be found here.
Supported Operating Systems: Windows Vista, Windows 7, Windows 8.x, and Windows 10.
System Requirements: Microsoft .NET Framework v4.0
This version includes a number of fixes and improvements to the program.
* Fixed an issue in which the scrolling of the textbox on the Update Notification window doesn't disable the update countdown if the user uses a touchscreen to scroll it.
* Added additional handling of several common HTTP error codes.
* Fixed an issue on the Mount Shadow Copy Tool in which the Mount button wasn't disabled when a user clicked outside of the column in the list. Clicking on the Mount button would then result in an ArgumentOutOfRangeException exception. Thanks goes out to Nick Zdenkovic for reporting this issue to me.
* Put in a question asking the user if the user wants to repair the system if error code 1058 is returned by the system restore point API.
* Put in a question asking the user if System Restore Point Creator should attempt to repair System Restore.
* Includes some changes to the some of the VSS related code.
* Added a new app setting, Confirm Smaller Restore Point Space Setting; this is used by the Manage System Restore Storage Space window.
* Fixed a bug in which the program was giving an error about the new size being smaller than the old size for setting the restore point space even though it was wrong. This was caused by a logic error in the code. Thanks goes out to Mark Bitter for reporting this issue to me.
* Added the ability to turn off that confirmation via a checkbox on the window if you so chose to do so.
* Added several new handlers for various exceptions to improve program crash reporting.
* Updated HTTPHelper class to version 1.240.
* Added full custom proxy support to the program, these changes camr about because of additions to the HTTPHelper class.
* Added the ability to convert many integer error codes into hex strings for crash reports and error logging.
* Added the ability to check for updates immediately after changing the software update channel. This removes an added step when changing update channels, namely the fact that you had to manually check for updates.
01 – Reset Registry Permissions
03 – Register System Files
04 – Repair WMI
18 – Repair Volume Shadow Copy Service
25 – Restore Important Windows Services
26 – Set Windows Services to Default Startup
If this doesn’t work for you then your system will need to be re-installed from your Windows installation media.
If you need to bypass the no UAC launcher, download Restore Point Creator forced UAC Prompt.reg and launch it. This will force Restore Point Creator to use the UAC prompt.
To restore the no UAC launcher, download Restore Point Creator no UAC Prompt.reg and launch it.
Ever found that creating Restore Points in Windows is a bit tedious? Click this, click that, go there, click another thing, and then finally you’re at where you need to be to create a Restore Point. There’s got to be an easier way to do all of that. Right? Well, now there is.
Introducing Restore Point Creator, written by Me.
Create and manage System Restore Points quickly and easily, all from a free simple program. No more drilling through multiple menus in Windows just to create a System Restore Point, now all you have to do is run this program and that’s it. Follow the simple program layout and you have your System Restore Point created in no time at all.
Plus, for users of Windows 7 and Windows 8, creating System Restore Points is even quicker and easier with this program. Just pin this program to the Taskbar and you have the ability to quickly create System Restore Points using one of the two pinned Tasks (“Create System Checkpoint” and “Create Custom Named”) that the program creates. It’s that simple.
- Create System Checkpoint — Creates a System Restore Point with the name of “System Checkpoint made by System Restore Point Creator”
- Create Custom Named — Asks you what you want your System Restore Point to be named and then creates one based upon what you inputted.
Download it for free here. Full Source Code is available for review upon request.
If you like this program, feel free to donate. Or feel free not to donate. It doesn’t matter to me. Donations to use this program will never be required to use this program. It is and always will be a free program. But, if you do feel that you want to donate it would be a nice gesture of appreciation for the program.
A fan of this program decided to put together a video demonstrating the usage of this program. Thank you.