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+ Why should I update my drivers and use DRIVERfighter?

+ I am using Windows Update regularly. Is that sufficient?

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+ My monitor settings are wrong after driver update

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+ Unable to create System Restore point error

+ How to activate System Restore on your computer

+ How do I uninstall DRIVERfighter?

+ How do I activate System Restore in Windows 10?

The easiest way to find the System Restore configuration window in Windows 10 is to simply search for it via the Start Menu. Just click on the Search or Cortana icon in your desktop taskbar, or tap the Windows Key on your keyboard, and type System Restore.

You’ll see a search result appear called "Create a restore point". Click it and it opens the System Protection tab of the System Properties window, this is where System Restore options are located. Alternatively, you can navigate to this same location via

Right click "start"
Click on "Control Panel"
Click on "System and Security"
Click on "Security and Maintenance"
Click on "Recovery"
Clock on "Configure System restore"
Clock on your main drive (C:)(system)
Click on "Configure"
Click on "Turn on system protection"
Click "Apply" and "ok"
The system restore is now active and you can use DRIVERfighter.


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