If your Windows 10 is broken, one available way to fix it is to use Windows 10 reset. You can Reset Windows 10 from within the Operating system or from Windows 10 recovery environment.
This guide demonstrates two ways to rest Windows 10:
- From within Windows. Use this option if you can still boot and login to your computer
- From Windows 10 recovery environment (without an installation media)
1How to Reset Windows 10 from with Windows 10
If your computer can still boot but is not working as expected, use this method:
- Type Reset in search. Then select Reset this PC.
- At the Recovery settings, beneath Reset this PC, click Get started.
- At the Chose an option screen, select Keep my files.
- Wait for the wizard to complete Getting things ready..
- Ate the Your apps will be removed notification, click Next.
Before you click Reset in the next step, note the changes that will be applied to your PC.
- Then at the Ready to reset this PC screen, click Reset. Reset Windows 10 will commence.
- Wait for your PC reset to complete
2How to Reset Windows 10 from Boot
Use this method if your computer is not booting.
- Use the steps in Start Windows 10 safe Mode by Interrupting Normal Boot to boot your computer to Windows 10 recovery.
- When you get to the screen below, click Troubleshoot. Then continue from the next point below.
- At Troubleshoot screen, click Reset this PC.
- Then at the Reset this PC screen, click Keep my files. Wait for the Getting things ready screen (see the image below). It may take a while to load the next screen.
- Finally, click Reset. The reset will begin (see the second image below).
When the operation is completed your computer should be up and running.
The option to reset Windows 10 could act as a last resort to fixing Windows 10 boot problems. I hope you found this guide helpful.
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