Know when and how to reset your PC
Many PCs will eventually experience problems that go beyond a quick fix – these could be issues around installing updates, blue screen errors, network connectivity problems, malware infestation, or even trouble starting Windows itself. When one or more such catastrophic issues occur, before you give up on your PC, sometimes the best solution is to do a system reset of your device.
What is a system reset? In simple terms, a reset removes the problematic copy of Windows from your device, along with any apps that run on it, and then replaces it with a fresh copy of Windows. It’s a last-resort option to fix problems that make your device effectively unusable. The good news is that resetting is a simple process and Windows 10 comes with built-in tools that take care of it for you.