How to manually restore a computer

Computers have built-in restore programs to prevent the computer from becoming unusable after an update causes the computer to work strangely. You can access the built-in program by going through the start menu. It may take up to an hour to complete this restoration, but you will have a working computer as a result. Instructions
Windows
1
Turn on the computer . Once it starts, click on the round logo in the left corner.
2 Type

“System Restore” in the “Search programs and files” box and click “Enter”.

3

Choose the “Recommended Restore” option. Your computer will find a restore point that contains no errors. Click “Finish”.
Mac
4

Click on the Utilities folder and click on “Disk First Aid”.
5

Click on the main computer’s hard drive.
6

Click “Repair”. This will check the hard drive for any problems. Close the program once the verification is complete.

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