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On Windows 10, System Restore is a feature designed to create a snap of your device and save its working state as a "restore point" when system changes are detected. As with earlier versions of Windows, System Restore allows you to ‘rewind’ your Windows installation to an earlier working state, without affecting your documents. This is possible because Windows automatically saves Restore Points when something significant happens, such as installing a Windows Update or a new application — the idea being that if it goes wrong, you can return to the last Restore Point (or an even earlier one) to turn back time and get things performing as they were previously. If you want to install or reinstall Windows 10 on your PC you need to have a Windows 10 USB Flash Drive or DVD. In case, you have none of them, you cannot install or reinstall Windows 10 on your PC. Initially, you need to boot into the operating system, if you fail to boot, you might not be able to reinstall Windows 10 without compromising your system files.