System Recovery - a program that is included in thethe Windows version XP and higher, allowing the system to roll back changes to a specific date, which was set up? a restore point ?.
Although this program is quite useful when errors in the system, if you accidentally delete the desired program, sometimes it is required to disable it.
For example, the recovery of its points can recover viruses themselves, despite the fact that the system is cured by them.
To disable the creation of restore pointsClick Start? Setup? Control Panel. Double-click on the label? System? Open the properties of the system. The same properties of the system can be accessed by clicking the right mouse button on the label? My Computer? and selecting the drop-down context menu? property ?.
In the window? Properties of the system? tab? System Restore ?. On this tab, you can tick? Turn off System Restore? - In this case, the service will be completely disabled. If the system is off in order to save disk space, it makes sense not to disable it entirely, and set a specific amount that will be allowed to hold the files restore points. Use the slider on this tab is the maximum allowed amount as a percentage of the total disk capacity.