System Restore Point Shortcut

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       #180

    jdUnionngaden said:
    Good morning All! ... Shawn Brink (?)
    I've been using Shawn's Restore Point script for 4+ years on Windows 7. Has someone written one for Windows 10?

    Thanks in advance for your assistance!
    Best,
    /jdU
    Hello jdU,

    I sure have. Here you go. :)

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       #181

    Great!
    Just what I need!
    I'm about to upgrade from Win7 Pro ... not too happy to learn all updates will be automatic as I like to handle that task myself: read, review and check on success, etc. Then run the Restore Point so I don't have to worry about restoring to a point before the last update(s).
    Thanks again, much appreciation!
    /jdU
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  3. Posts : 70,229
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       #182

    You're welcome.

    Automatic updates can be handled in Windows 10 as well though.

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    Windows 7 Pro 64bit
       #183

    :)
    Thanks again
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  5. Posts : 70,229
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       #184

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  6. Posts : 74
    Windows 7
       #185

    I have two shortcuts on my Windows 10 notebook desktop: System Restore, which points to C:\Windows\System32\rstrui, and Create System Restore Point, which points to C:\Program Files\Restore Point Message Shortcut\CreateRP-Success_Message.

    I believe, though not 100% sure, I've created the latter following this forum post tutorial. Now I wonder how I can unistall or remove that from my system, since it appears as a program but not on the list in the Control Panel to uninstall it.

    Any ideas? TIA.
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  7. Posts : 70,229
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       #186

    Hello Paul, :)

    You can use "Option Two" in the tutorial to remove it. It's basically just manually deleting the files and shortcut.

    This is not a program though. The shortcut just runs the .vbs file that was placed in the Program Files folder. I chose that folder to make it easy to keep up with.
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