All Windows users are aware of the fact that how important it is to create a restore point before installing new software or before doing any major changes to Windows.
IntoWindows has already posted many guides on Windows system restore feature: How to know amount of disk space used by system restore point in Vista, create manual system restore point, assigning space to system restore service and many more.
Creating a system restore point prior the software installation is essential, but it’s a boring task to do the same thing again and again. So, here is a small tool that allows you create system restore point with a simple click.
Single Click Restore Point (SCRP) is a very small tool for Windows that helps you create a restore point easily. Just double-click on the file to execute and wait for few seconds to see the successful message.
Single-click restore tool automatically assigns a name to the restore point (Ex: Created with SCRP tool) so that you can differentiate between restore points created by single click tool and manual way. SCRP is very small to download (just 377 KB) and it’s a standalone utility (no need to install) too.