OptionsCPC System Restore from Windows XP should help to restore the operating system after an error or after his virus. In many cases System Restore in Windows XP did nothing to occupy additional space on the hard disk and consume system resources. From my own experience say they never helped me when I needed to return the system to its state before the occurrence of errors or virus.
System Restore was maintained by Microsoft and Windows Vista operating systems and Windows 7But it is far more efficient than the existing Windows XP.
Although this feature is enabled by default in inslarea system less users know about it. "System Restore" on Windows XP occupies space hard drive with fisrele backup and execute processes / services on your system whenever major changes occur and need to make a "restore point"
Disable / Turn off Windows XP System Restore
Need only be a few very simple steps for disabling System Restore on Windows XP.
1. go to Start Menu > Run (or press Win + R keys directly) type Sysdm.cpl in Run box and press Enter.
2. In panel "System Properties" tab go to "System Restore" tick box next to "Turn off System Restore on all drives"
3. Apply and OK to save the changes.
Stealth Settings - Turn off System Restore in Windows XP.