I never said not to use restore points and accept that many people in fact do use them in a limited way. They are no substitute for a complete backup strategy and for me
they play a small role.
A backup strategy depends on purpose. For me:
1) Daily file/folder backups (generally incremental). Used synchronized backup if desired.
2) Weekly images or prior to a significant system reconfiguration such as a driver
installation or major installed software update. I never suggested daily imaging. But even that may be fine for some. With a USB external HDD a 40GB image takes me ~10min.
3) Keep appropriate older images to suite your purpose periodically deleting weeklies.
4) Rely on redundancy. Keep images on more than one external HDD and use a different secondary backup imaging software less frequently in case your primary software fails. In my case I use
Primary: Windows inbuilt imaging
Secondary: Macrium Reflect free
Hopefully that's specific enough.
Edit: If the OP wishes to make routine daily restore points regardless, the question I believe has been answered.