Set Point will automatically set System Restore Points for Windows ME and Windows XP. You will never have to remember to set a current restore point again. If you do not know how to, Set Point does. Simply set the number of days apart or select everyday to create one. Select the time of day you want System Restore Points to be created, or tell Set Point how many minutes after bootup to create one. Set Point will do the rest. You will never be left without a current restore point.
Set Point can be set to not run if the next restore point is not that day. Set Point can also be set to shut down after creating a new System Restore point, so as not to use any resources. This is the tool Microsoft forgot to include with their System Restore.
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Version: 1.3.10 Released: Feb, 1 2003 License: Shareware, $15.00 Expires: Expires after 30 Days
File size: 1,615 K Platforms: Windows XP/ME Downloads: 29
Automatically set System Restore Points for Windows ME, XP. Set the number of days, and the time you want System Restore Points made. Set Point will do the rest. You always have a current Restore Point in the event you need to restore your computer.