Restore Windows 10 options will enable your system to return to its original state without any complications of losing data or files that you want to keep safe. After System Restore Windows 10, everything will be wiped out from your hard drive, except a factory installation setup for Windows 10.
It is the least invasive procedure to resolve issues that may compromise the overall performance of your Windows PC.
Steps to Restore Windows 10 Operating System
Explore the steps to reset Windows 10 and give your PC a new life:
- Go to the “Start Menu” tab located at the bottom left corner of your PC and click it
- Go to the “Settings”
- Navigate to “Update and Security” tab located in the “Settings” option
- Under the main menu, select and press the “Recovery” tab
- Under the “Reset this PC”, select “Get Started” option to launch the process for System Restore Windows 10
- In this step, you will be prompted to either choose an option to “keep your files” or just “Remove everything” from your PC.
- If you choose to keep your files, then it will keep your personal files intact in the hard drive and removes everything else including software, programs, apps, drivers installed in your PC. Also, it removes changes to settings.
- If you choose to “Remove everything”, this will clean your hard drive by removing all your personal files, apps and settings as well as Restore Windows 10.
- If you click “Keep my files” tab, then a display prompt will appear on screen.
- Click “Next” to confirm that you understand you will reinstall the apps and software after the reset.
- Click “Next”
- Press the “Reset” tab to confirm that you want to Restore Windows 10
- Please note that the guidelines mentioned above are irrevocable, and cannot be reversed. So better, think twice before pressing the “Reset” tab, as it will remove all your apps, data, files, and settings.
As soon as the reset process is complete, the Windows PC will automatically restart, and the reset process will take place through the system restore function