Sometimes you mess things up with your computer and the result is restoring all the files from Windows default system restore. All of us don’t want to restore everything, as the changes made by you will also get lost with full system restore. If you want to restore specific files from the system restore point you can do so with System Restore Explorer. System Restore Explorer is an application which lets you view different system restore point created by you or your system over the time. You can also delete the undesired restore point through it. Now moving on to the main task that was extracting files from the specific restore point. When the restore Explorer Window will open you’ll be presented with many restore points of your system. As you can see at the bottom of the Windows there are three options Mount, Unmount, and Delete. If you click on the specific restore point from where you want to extract file you can click Mount to do so or you can right-click on it and choose Mount.
A new Windows will open where you’ll see all the files related with that restore point. You can copy the files which you want to restore. This can be done with all the other restore points. What System Restore Explorer does is that it provides an access to the Volume Shadow Copy Service which is used to create volume backups.
Supported Operating Systems: Windows Vista and Windows 7