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Windows 7: Deleting Old SystemImages

22 Apr 2012   #11
Microsoft MVP

64-bit Windows 10 Pro build 10586

Well, if you really wanted to get rid of them, then turning system restore off for your Windows 7 C: drive will delete all restore points on it. Afterwards, you could turn system restore back on for it.

This would not be a good option if you have restore points that you do want to keep though.

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