Using System Restore 1.0 When a Windows XP user asks how to fix a problem they've recently started having with their PC my first response is to use System Restore to roll it back to a point just before the problem started.
System Restore Control 1.0 Windows XP System Restore uses up to 12% of your disk space, creates a Restore Point every 24 hours and keeps old points for 90 days before deleting. Microsoft doesn't provide any adjustments except for the slider where you may move it below 12%
EASEUS Todo Backup - the easiest way to back up your data and restore it whenever you want Keeping all of your documents, photos and music on a single computers hard drive is extremely convenient. You always have access to any document and file and can instantly search your data archive. However, this approach is potentially quite risky, as nobody is insured against unexpected hardware crashes, power failures, software glitches and own mistakes that often lead to tragic consequences. No matter how fail-proof your system
Volume Lock - a handy tool for restricting the system volume on your PC How often do you forget to pull the system volume slider down when you work late at night? Even if you are sure that you won’t be using any audio-enabled programs, you will definitely be surprised to hear a blast of sound in the middle of the night coming from a flash banner in a popup window or an ad that plays at the top of its volume range. And if you live with a family