Microsoft includes the System Backup and Restore utility with Windows XP and Vista. You can use Registry Utilities to restore your system from a Windows system restore point.

To restore your computer system and registry from a Registry Utilities backup, click the Backup button on the left side of the window and then click the System Restore link below the button to open the System Restore window.

Select the restore point that you want from the list and then click the Start Restore button to start the restore process.

A restore point created by Registry Utilities before scanning your computer is called "Registry Utilities Pro Restore Point".

If you recently created a restore point that is not on the list, click the Refresh button to refresh the list of restore points.

To restore your computer from the selected restore point and restart your computer, click Yes in the confirmation dialog and then wait for Windows to complete the restoration process.