System Restore helps us to roll back all of the system files, registry keys and installed programs to a previous state in the event of malfunctioning or failure. Whenever you install a program, a system restore point is automatically created which indirectly eats up a lot of disk space. Today I will show you how to delete system restore points and increase your disk space.
To delete system restore points, first you will have to download and install Ccleaner. After that follow the steps shown below:
1) Open Ccleaner.
2) Click on the Tools tab.
3) Now click on System Restore tab.
4) Delete all the system restore points except the recent one.
Watch this video to learn how you can increase your disk space by deleting system restore points.