|View Poll Results: Do you have enabled System Protection?|
|Yes, I have enabled System Protection||22||59.46%|
|No (please specify why)||15||40.54%|
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|22 Nov 2009||#9|
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OFF, its thrashes HDD's and that's a PIA even on quieter newer VRaptors (Raid 0), possibly not so much a big deal on SSD's.
I have a Auto Backup of all my Media etc to an external HDD if it all went wrong but as this install is 1 year old I would clean install.
System Restore is for when you mess up your PC not for uninstalling a normal bit of software you don't like, thats extreme.
I seriously doubt it removes all traces as neither did XP's or the failure in ME.
Better using a 3rd party uninstall program and then running Cleaner.
I leave System Restore on for customers PC's as they are n00bs and will someday need it, but its not there to uninstall a game when there done IMO.
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