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Not really!

Those are the UNDO files for MS Windows Updates.

The number of the update is right there in the filename.

If you got the update and it installed and caused no problems on your PC,

then, "YES" you can delete those UNDO files. NO Problem.

A restore file would look like this:

C:\System Volume Information\_restore{099F9CAB-B6CE-4CEF-83A3-C323EC81139F}

Don't be a nube.....turn your System Restore feature back ON. It's your first line of defense against any software change, update, etc. , that goes wrong.

I evaluate many new pieces of software every week and wind up using System Restore to fix little problems about once a week. I even run a little script on every boot up to force a new Restore Point. It's way too valuable to just shut off. It's worse than shutting off the smoke alarm in your home.



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