This Must-have tool has been around since Windows 7, and Microsoft hasn’t touched it since. You won’t find it in the Settings app where you likely first turn when you need to perform a bit of system maintenance on your PC. Instead, it’s hiding out in the the old Windows Control Panel. What it is is the ability to create a full system backup, which you can use to restore your PC should it fail, become corrupted or otherwise stop operating smoothly.
Because the tool to create a system image is somewhat buried in Windows 10, let’s shine a light on where it’s located and how to use it.