Can Linux support Restore point like Windows OS?
If you mean *support* in the parlance of commercialism, the answer is NO, we don't support commercialistic solutions.
If you mean *can do
* restore point like what windows OS is doing, the answer YES, AND CAN DO EVEN BETTER.
For example, You create a Restore point and back to it anytime that you like.
Of course yes. In fact the windows employment of support-point method was gathered from practices of seasoned admins then using Unix systems extensively in critical data infra-structures.
The nice thing is, in truth, the tool is already installed by now in your box. What you need is either to do it manually
or use a script
Since your question asks "Can Linux...?" I shall confine my reply within periphery of "Yes" or "No". There is huge supply of back-up scripts available for free, like this
. But the final measure is your *taste and style*. That's one beautiful thing in Gnu/Linux world: you have it FREE as Freedom and/or Beer.
Hope that helps. Good luck and enjoy!