There is no doubt that Windows 7 is one of the most feature packed OS released by Microsoft. Not only is it visually appealing, but there are so many features built into it that it eliminates the need for several software.
A interesting feature that How-to-Geek brings forth is the ability to create a system image and back it up to an external hard drive or disk.
This feature can come in pretty handy when something goes wrong with your Windows 7 install. You can use the system image to completely restore Windows 7.
In addition to that you can also create a system repair disc that can be used to repair your PC in case something goes wrong.
To create a system image go to Start and type Getting Started, click on it and select “Back up your files”. In the new window that opens up you can start creating a system image by clicking on the link in the left hand side menu.