Solved Where do system restore points get saved Tags: Windows 8 System Restore Last response: November 26, 2013 3:45 PM in Windows 8 Share KoleTang November 26, 2013 2:49:39 PM ...and how do I make sure CCleaner (v4.08.4428) isn't deleting them? More about : system restore points saved Best solution RealBeast a b * Windows 8 November 26, 2013 3:04:17 PM System restore points are stored in a hidden folder called System Volume Information on the root OS drive. CCleaner will not affect them. Share KoleTang November 26, 2013 3:40:04 PM Thanks. How do you get to that folder? m 0 l Can't find your answer ? Ask ! Get the answer RealBeast a b * Windows 8 November 26, 2013 3:45:05 PM You cannot do anything to the file unless you boot from something else like an installer disk as it is protected, but you can see it if you set your folder view to include hidden and system files. HERE is how to do that in Windows 8. m 0 l Can't find your answer ? Ask ! Publish Related resources Where does System Restore keep its restore points? Forum System Restore - Where does it go? /delete restore points? Forum Can I set up system restore point saved information on the.. Forum SolvedRestore a OS clone: from saved clone; will system boot? Forum system restore points disappeared Forum SolvedHow many system restore points should I keep? Forum Setting up Restore Points :: where? how? Forum xp shuts down to blue screen, locked files, and no system restore points. Forum Problem with system restore points Forum System Restore delete every and daily points Forum Trying to locate "System Restore Points" (Windows XP) Forum System restore points Forum System Restore Points Vanish Forum Size of System Restore Points Forum system restore points in windows xp Forum losing older system restore points Forum System Restore Points Disappear Forum xp deletes system restore points when disk space is low - .. Forum Lost All my system Restore Points? How to Restore the Syst.. Forum System restore points have disappeared - can I get them ba.. Forum More resources Read discussions in other Windows 8 categories Configuration Customization Drivers Security !