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Restoring your Cloud PC is just like restoring a physical PC – it’ll return your Cloud PC to a previous point in time. Restoring a Cloud PC will permanently delete data saved to the Cloud PC and any apps installed between the restore point and now. Your Cloud PC will be unavailable until it finishes restoring. 

Warning: This action can’t be undone.

  1. Under Your Cloud PCs, select the three dots at the top right of the Cloud PC you’d like to restore, and then select Restore.

  2. Check the box next to Yes, I want to restore this Cloud PC, choose a restart point from the drop-down menu, then select Restore.

  3. Once your Cloud PC has finished restoring, you'll see one of the following:

    • Restored [Name’s] Cloud PC highlighted in green - your restore attempt was successful.

    • [Name’s] Cloud PC wasn’t restored. Try restoring again highlighted in red - your restore attempt was unsuccessful. Try restoring again using the steps above.

Related topics  

Renaming Cloud PCs with Windows 365

Restarting Cloud PCs with Windows 365

Resetting Cloud PCs with Windows 365

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