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Enable System Protection for Drives in Windows 8/8.1

Turning on system protection for the drives in your computer enables you to create restore points for them and revert your computer to any restore point available without damaging your data when necessary. Therefore, for your better reference, this article mainly illustrates the procedures to enable system protection for drives in Windows 8 computer.

Video guide on how to enable system protection for drives in Windows 8:

Steps to enable system protection for drives in Windows 8/8.1:

Step 1: Open system protection.

Go to the Search bar by use of Windows+F hotkeys, enter system protection in the empty box, choose Settings and tap Create a restore point.

Tip: You can also turn on system protection in Control Panel, following the path of System and Security/System/System protection.

Step 2: In the System Properties dialog box, under Protection Settings, choose a drive whose protection state is off, and then click Configure button.

Step 3: In the next window, select Turn on system protection and click OK.

After putting the above guidance into practice, do you think it is easy to enable system protection for the hard drives in your computer?

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