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Turn on or off System Protection for Hard Disk in Windows 10

By turning on system protection for hard disks, you can cancel unwanted changes through reverting your PC to a previous restore point. For your convenience, the article respectively illustrates how to turn on and turn off system protection in Windows 10 computer.

Video guide on how to turn on and turn off system protection for hard disk:

Part 1: Turn on system protection for hard disk

Step 1: Right-click the lower-left corner and open System in the Quick Access Menu.

Step 2: Choose System protection on the left.

Step 3: Select a hard disk and tap Configure to move on.

Step 4: Choose Turn on system protection and hit OK.

Part 2: Turn off system protection for hard disk

Step 1: Open System by Windows+Pause Break and tap System protection.

Step 2: Choose a hard drive and click Configure.

Tip: For illustration of these two procedures, please refer to the pictures of the 2nd and 3rd steps in Part 1.

Step 3: Select Disable system protection and hit OK.

Step 4: Choose Yes to have system protection disabled.

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