I'm with Nicholas. It does what is says, it's free. So you can't name restore points. If that's such a big issue, then use the Windows restore or purchase the appropriate software.
This utility is very handy if you want to create a restore point prior to installation of software or making changes to your PC.
As previously stated below, you can't rename the restore point, plus you click it, off it goes, no options aside from that.
I don't like to muck up my drive with too many restore points so this really wasn't any use to me and prefer to simply right click my computer, properties, system protection. Then I can name, delete, choose type of restore, etc... but if others just like to hit the create restore button, then I suppose it works for them.
It's Free, works.
Works OK, but does not have an option to name the restore points generated. This is important if you want to find a particular one at a future date. All of the restore points are called "QuickRestoreMaker Generated", which is too basic. Could use some further development.
Why does the Snapfiles announcement read 'Fair' for
this little gem? It should read 'Excellent' because
that's what it is. The only hassle is the making of a shortcut.
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