If there’s a lot of things going wrong on your computer or you just want to get a default system setting, then resetting your PC would be a good choice.
On Windows 10, there’s a native program that allows you to reset your computer. Basically, making the system just like new. Check out the following guide to reset Windows 10 PC.
1. Navigate to Start Menu > Settings > Update & Security.
2. Go to Recovery > Get started.
3. Choose either Keep my files or Remove everything.
4. If your PC has more than one disk partition, you can choose to reset all drives or specific drives only.
5. If you want to keep using the PC, select Just remove my files.
You can pick Remove files and clean the drive in case the PC will be giving away or for sale (this will prevent someone from recovering your previous files).
6. Please wait while the system is processing.
7. Review the configurations and hit Reset.
While the process is running, the PC may be restarted several times. Make sure the device is connected to a reliable power source. Unexpected shut down would interfere with the process and potentially damaging important files.
The PC will be turned on automatically with a refreshed operating system. For most laptops, the Windows 10 license is already there onboard. While assembled computers may need to login to connect with the Microsoft account.