Tool to restore Linux
The TimeShift Restore Tool Utility on Windows and the Time Machine on computers are significantly annoying to users as they provide a point of recovery for the operating system in case of problems. On Linux, we can use a timeshift, which does the same thing.
Create a restore point for Linux
TimeShift takes a snapshot of the system, which is only needed to reinstall the operating system and returns it with the configuration that works with it. Each snapshot contains a system backup that can be found using File Explorer.
You can reset your TimeShift settings to its working date.
- Easy configuration of the application.
- It took 30 minutes after booting the system snapshot.
- Configuration option for creating backups.
- The possibility of reinstalling the system from a LiveCD or from a running system.
Protect your Linux from problems with the System Recovery recovery tool provided by TimeShift