Windows systems are always bound to get you into trouble. Hardware failures, software crashes. You never know when the operating system will fall sick.
Getting ready to mitigate any software crashes or any virus attacks, it is always best to backup your system. And just like smartphones, you can reset your computer to their factory settings.
We provide you with a step by step process to backup and reset your computer.
In most cases, manufacturers do not provide a genuine copy the Windows system in current models. So there is no way for you to reinstall Windows. It is, therefore, essential that you backup your files the first time you get your laptop.
The first and foremost step is to backup all your files. Backing up all your settings and files for the first time will take a long time, but it is worth waiting.
Once the backup is completed, it's now time to reinstall Windows. This can be directly executed using Windows' built-in recovery and reinstallation process. But in this case, you would require the original Windows CD and key or a boot CD.
If that does not help you can use the Recovery Tools provided by you manufacturers. The restoration software will allow you to reset the laptop or desktop to its factory settings.
Once the restoration process begins, ensure your laptop or desktop does not run out of power or shut down. The reset does take time so it would be recommended to be patient.
Once the restoration is done, the software and drivers for your laptop and desktop can be easily done.
With Windows 10, resetting your PC to the factory settings has been simplified. All you need to do is backup your files and let Windows do the rest.