You can retrieve deleted history from your computer using System Restore depending on the deletion method in which you used. System Restore in Windows recovers lost history and uninstalled programs without deleting recent history and installations. If you use Windows 8, enabling the File History feature can make it easier to recover deleted history in the future.Know More
Click the Start button in Windows 7, and type "System Restore" in the search field. Tap or click the Search button on the Start screen in Windows 8. For Windows XP, click Start and All Programs. Navigate to the Accessories folder at the top of the list, and click the System Tools folder. Select System Restore.
Follow the instructions in the System Restore Wizard for restoring your computer to an earlier date. Pick the most recent date before you deleted any files or history. Confirm the restore point, and click Finish.
System Restore restarts the computer during the restoration process. Once you log back into your account, locate the history in the appropriate folder. For Web history, look in the AppData folder for the browser name. For program and installation history, do a search for the program in Windows Explorer.
Viruses affect your computer by corrupting files, interrupting Internet traffic and taking over basic functions of your operating system. These behaviors can knock a system offline and cause crashes. Viruses can record keystrokes and screen data, and they may steal personal information and passwords to transmit back to the malware author. Particularly malicious viruses completely take over a computer and use it as a weapon against others.Full Answer >
To uninstall Optimizer Pro, uninstall the program from the computer, remove the adware with AdwCleaner, and then remove the malware with Malwarebytes Anti-Malware Free. It is also necessary to check to ensure the program is gone with a program such as HitmanPro.Full Answer >
The Windows Upgrade Advisor scans your computer to ensure compatibility with Windows 7. The program scans your computer’s installed programs, devices and hardware to confirm adherence with Windows 7 system requirements. The program provides a report that indicates incompatible components and the steps needed to upgrade or replace said components.Full Answer >
To reset Windows 7, back up important files, turn off the computer, and unplug everything except for the keyboard, mouse and monitor. Turn on the computer and access the Advanced Boot Options Menu. Under Repair My Computer, select the option to restore hard drives and system software.Full Answer >