So Windows 10 came preinstalled on new computers with users of computers running previous versions forced, tricked or begged to upgrade to Windows 10. I used the word tricked because I do not have a better word to describe how a user gets promised the option of downgrading to a previous version of Windows only to find out after upgrading that it is not possible to do so simply because it’s been three months since the upgrade was done even though there was no warning in this regard.
One of the obvious things about Windows 10 is the non inclusion of the installation disc. Once you lose your Windows 10, it is gone forever! The big question here is how then can one format a Windows 10 computer since we are used to slotting in an installation disc for this purpose?
In Windows 10, the format option has been replace with the reset option. Just like in Android phones, it allows you to take your computer back to the default settings. This can be done in two ways: either by removing your files (good in the event of a virus attack) or by keeping your files. Installed applications and configuration settings on a computer can affect its performance by reducing its speed of instruction execution. When you have done everything to remedy the situation and nothing seems to work, system reset may be your only option.
How do I reset my computer?:
>>Press the Windows logo key on your keyboard
>>Click on settings
>>Click on Update and Security
>>Click on Recovery and click on get started.