Restore Point Creator 1.5 Build 8

Ever found that creating Restore Points in Windows is a bit tedious? Click this, click that, go there, click another thing, and then finally you’re at where you need to be to create a Restore Point. There’s got to be an easier way to do all of that. Right? Well, now there is.

Create and manage System Restore Points quickly and easily, all from a free simple program. No more drilling through multiple menus in Windows just to create a System Restore Point, now all you have to do is run this program and that’s it. Follow the simple program layout and you have your System Restore Point created in no time at all.

Plus, for users of Windows 7 and Windows 8, creating System Restore Points is even quicker and easier with this program. Just pin this program to the Taskbar and you have the ability to quickly create System Restore Points using one of the two pinned Tasks (“Create System Checkpoint” and “Create Custom Named”) that the program creates. It’s that simple.

What's new in version 1.5 Build 8:

  • Extra checks have been put into the program to check for invalid executable file paths in both the “My Computer” right-click context menu items and the scheduled tasks. An invalid executable file path could be caused by any number of things like the user moving the file or renaming the file and not updating the parts of the system that point to that moved or renamed file. Normally this should not happen but if the rare situation were to come up, the program has been instructed to repair the entries.

Download: Restore Point Creator 1.5 Build 8 | 491 KB (Freeware)
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Ice_Blue said,
The interface is too busy. Especially the lower half of the form.
Use tabs to group similar functions.

Sadly, I think you're right. I've been adding more and more functionality as of late and have been just adding buttons.

The functionality is fine. The program works wonderfully.

Use one tab for Create functions, a second tab for Restore functions, a third for Utilities, and a fourth for About / Check for updates / Donate etc.

Just my 2 cents.

I would think following a wizard would be a lot more straightforward for average users than trying to figure out this mess of a UI.