The Registry Cleaner has a Restore function which creates a back-up of the Windows Registry before every on-demand and scheduled scan and clean.
The backups are stored in date and time stamped folders in the location of your choice. You can store the backup files in your computer locally, on a computer in your network or even in an FTP server. This back-up function enables you to restore the registry to a previous state in case you encounter some system failure or if you want to undo any changes To understand and manage your Comodo System Utilities backup please visit Settings > Backup Settings section.
You can disable this option in Settings of the Registry Cleaner.
Note: Comodo strongly recommends not to disable back-up option.
Restoring Windows Registry from backup
Click Registry Cleaner > Restore.
- Use the 'View Backups from:' drop-down to choose the type of registry backup you wish view/restore from (Pro version only).
Normal Clean - Files that were backed up for on-demand cleaning or scheduled cleaning.
Active Clean - Files that were backed up during Active Clean process.
All backups of the type you choose will be listed. Each backup is suffixed with the date and time at which the backup was taken.
Select the backup file that you need to restore...
... and click 'Restore'.
Confirm your choice in the confirmation dialog.
The deleted registry entries will be restored to their original locations.