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Windows 10 System Restore Points disappearing
The deletion of restore points may be caused by any one of the following by design conditions: - You run out of disk space on the system drive or on any one of the available non-system drives, and System Restore stops responding and stops monitoring your system.
- You manually turn System Restore off.
- A restore point reaches an age of 90 days.
The restore point is then deleted because 90 days is the default time.
To resolve this issue, adjust the maximum shadow storage allocation.
To do this, follow the steps listed below: (See image of dialogue windows below)
1. Go to “Control Panel”
2. Left-Click System protection in the task pane.
3. Enable System protection for Local Disk ‘C’ if not enabled.
3. Under Protection Settings click to select Local Disk (C:) (System) and then click Configure. 4. Under Disk Space Usage, move the Max Usage slider to the right to increase the disk space available for System Restore points. Suggest minimum of 2 GB; 10 GB if you have a large Hard disk capacity e.g. 1 TB Note: If protection is turned on for additional drives you need to consider increasing the Max Usage for those drives as well. Also refer to the link given below:
Vanishing restore points have been happening for many months. Microsoft does not seem to have a solution YET!! In particular, the last comment sums up the Microsoft approach to problem resolutions!
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