First, you have to go to Acronis Backup found in cPanel under the "Files" section:
Here you'll get a list of dates and times where the backup has been performed, as shown below:
Select the date and time that you want to do a restore for, and wait for the Backups to load (This can take a bit), the next overview you'll get, you can select between restoring Files, Databases, Mailboxes or Mail Forwarders.
we'll select Files in this case:
You'll now get a file directory tree containing all the files that were on your account at the time of the recovery point being made - if you want to restore your primary domain, for example, you can go ahead and check the checkbox next to public_html.
Now, simply hit "Recover" in the top, and you can either decide to select "Delete any files in the original location that were created after the backup" or not - by checking it, you'll make the directory exactly as it was at the point in time when the backup was made.
And then click "Start recovery":
You'll see a "Succeeded" message when the backup has completed:
If you want to restore databases, you'll simply select "Databases" in the overview:
Your next screen will show all databases that was present at the time:
Select the database you want to restore, and click "Recover":
If you simply press "Start recovery" it will restore the database and replace it with the original one, if you decide to add a suffix, it will create a new database with a different name (with the added suffix you decided).
When the database recovery has been completed, you'll see a "Succeeded" message with the database name: