I've always had good experiences with Win XP's system restore. This is how I use it. I use system restore. But I realize it's limits. At least how it responds for me. Example on preparing to install a new program. I get everything cleared away using various diagnostic tools. Then I set a SRP (system restore point). Call it like Before Program X. Then I delete all other SRP's. SR works best for me when I have only 1 SRP. Then I install the new program. Play with a couple hours or days. If the new program messes up my system I choose a SRP Before Program X. Rinse & repeat. Never fails unless I mess up the steps. OK now my questions. I just installed RollbackRx Pro. Does Rollback do at least everything system restore does? So making system restore completely useless/superfluous? So is it now safe & wise to disable system restore? Remember I've always had good experiences with system restore. So I don't want to get rid of system restore just to get rid of it. The only reason would be if system restore is no longer needed because of Rollback. Thanks.