Why to Reinstall and What will you Get:
The “Reset this PC” feature resets your PC to its factory default settings. If you installed Windows yourself, that means you’ll have a clean Windows system. But you probably didn’t install Windows yourself. Like most people, you probably purchased a PC that came with Windows, plus some extra bloatware.
In that case, resetting your PC will reset it to the way you got it from the factory–which includes all the software the manufacturer originally installed on your PC. Annoying bloatware to useful software drivers, it will all come back. You’ll have to either live with that junk or spend time uninstalling it.
To get rid of the bloatware for a clean, fresh-from-Microsoft Windows 10 system, you previously had to download Windows 10 installation media, create a USB drive or DVD, and then reinstall Windows 10 yourself. Windows’ new tool makes this process much simpler, allowing normal PC users to completely reinstall Windows in a few clicks.
Even Windows geeks, who often reinstall Windows on every new computer they get, can save some time with this new tool. Just follow the instructions to quickly and easily reinstall Windows 10 on a new PC.
things you need to know before you reset Window 10
One bad thing that you will experience is that you will lose all the Microsoft-based apps and software integrated in the official window.
But, if there’s something you can’t get online–or if that bloatware includes a useful deal–you’ll want to make sure you get any necessary license keys or registrations before you do this.
Similarly, you’ll want to get any other product keys for existing software you want to keep. If you’re using iTunes, you’ll want to deauthorize iTunes on your computer first. You’ll then need to reinstall and authorize iTunes after this process is finished. If you have a product key for Microsoft Office, you’ll need to ensure you have that product key to reinstall Office later. If you use Office 365, you can download and install Office once again afterwards. The same goes for any other application that requires a key or authorization.
Lastly, while you can choose to keep your personal files as part of this process, it’s always a good idea to have a backup copy of any important files on your PC in case anything goes wrong.
Guide on how to refresh your windows 10 with out the bloatware.
To get started, open the Settings app from your Start menu. Head to Update & Security > Recovery. Scroll down and click or tap the “Learn how to start fresh with a clean installation of Windows” link under More recovery options.
This link takes you to the “Start fresh with a clean installation of Windows 10” page on Microsoft’s website. The page provides more information about the process.
Click the “Download tool now” button at the bottom of the page to download the Refresh Windows Tool.
Run the downloaded RefreshWindowsTool.exe file and you’ll have to agree to Microsoft’s license agreement. After you do, you’ll see the “Give Your PC a Fresh Start” window.
Select “Keep personal files only” and Windows will keep your personal files, or select “Nothing” and Windows will erase everything. Either way, all your installed programs will be removed and your settings will be reset.
Click “Start” and the tool will automatically download the Windows 10 installation files, which are about 3 GB in size. It will then automatically begin the installation process, giving you a fresh Windows 10 system–no manufacturer bloatware included.
After the process completes, you’ll have a fresh Windows 10 installation. Run Windows Update–it should run automatically, anyway–and your computer should hopefully download all the hardware drivers it needs. If not, visit the driver download page for your computer on the manufacturer’s website and download any drivers and other software you need.
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