Recovery options in Windows 10
Free up drive space on your PC
Back up and restore your files
Start your PC in safe mode in Windows 10
Creating a recovery drive
Creating a system restore point
Changing the start-up settings in Windows 10
Troubleshoot screen flickering in Windows 10
Backup and Restore in Windows 10
Find lost files after the update to Windows 10
Find my BitLocker recovery key
Finding out how much storage your PC has
Troubleshoot black screen problems
Troubleshoot blue screen errors
Use Remote Assistance to let someone fix your PC
How to refresh, reset, or restore your PC
Resolving Blue Screen errors in Windows
Create a USB recovery drive
Set up a drive for File History
Restore files or folders using File History
What if something goes wrong in File History?
Windows Startup Settings (including safe mode)
How to make a new PC like an old one
Using System Configuration (msconfig)
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What are the system recovery options in Windows 7?
Start your computer in safe mode
Recover lost or deleted files
Create a system repair disc
Back up your programs, system settings, and files
Back up and restore: frequently asked questions
Restore files from a backup
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Turn back time on your PC: Undo system changes with System Restore
Startup Repair: frequently asked questions
Demo: Restore an old version of a file
Recover files from the Recycle Bin
What to do if Windows won't start correctly
Picking up the pieces after a computer crash
Corrupted files: frequently asked questions
Check your hard disk for errors
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As of April 8, 2014, support and updates for Windows XP are no longer available. Find out how to stay protected.
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