Whether you like it or not, Windows 10 files suffer from all kinds of problems, from sudden disappearances to updates and installation problems. So you need to reset Windows 10. Also, if your computer is not working properly or you are not experiencing strange errors or running slow, it’s time to reset it. So here are four ways that you can reset your computer.
Built- in reset Method
- All you have to do is click on the bottom left corner of the screen and type ‘Recovery Options’ and press enter. (Now you will see all the recovery features for Windows 10.)
- To use the built-in reset tool, it is called ‘Reset this computer’.
- Once this is done click ‘Start‘ and you should see two options. You can choose to keep your files or delete files. So, overall, the built-in reset feature does it to restore your computer to a clean, fresh.
Use a computer is to give it a “Fresh start”
What is really unique about this feature is that it not only resets your computer but also installs the latest version of Windows. So if your default recovery partition doesn’t work – this feature could be your salvation. This will also speed up your computer.
- To use this feature, go to “Control Panel“, “Update and Security“, “Recovery” and ‘More recovery options’ and click on ‘Learn How to Start Windows Clean Installation’. (Once you do this, it will take you to the Windows security app.)
- With window protection, you can always say “Device Performance and Health” on the left panel. When you’re ready, click ‘Start‘ and you can start the recovery process.
The third way is to “Advanced Startup”
- So go to the recovery options. Now, it says ‘High Start’, click ‘Restart Now’. (As soon as your computer will restart, then you should receive the Choose an option)
- From these options, select ‘Troubleshooting‘. (You can choose to reset your computer on the next screen).
The final way to rebuild Windows 10 is to use an “External installation” media such as a DVD or USB flash drive.