How to restore Windows 10 without losing files

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If your Windows 10 is giving you errors and things have started to get a little complicated in your operating systems, it is always an option to repair your Windows 10 installation by reinstalling Windows 10 and restoring it. This will remove all settings for newly installed apps, but will keep your files intact. This is a very useful way to recover lost operating systems and start over with Windows 10. Doing so will unintentionally remove the malware, suspicious software and configuration alteration that worries you. However, if you have created a restore point, you can also choose to restore your Windows 10 PC to that previous date. But, if you want to start all over again, just follow the screenshots and tutorials provided below reset Windows 10 on your computer.

Steps to restore Windows 10 without losing files / data

Step 1 - In the first step, go to the settings after clicking on the Windows icon in the system tray and then click on settings. You can also press Windows key + i to go directly to settings.

Step 2 - Now, click Update & Security in the Windows 10 System Control Panel.

3 pass - Now, in the next window, click on Recovery located in the menu on the left.

Phase 4 - Choose the first option above, if you want to keep your files unaltered. The installed apps and settings will still be removed. But your documents, movies, mp3s, etc. They will be preserved.

If you want a clean PC, choose the second option. A fresh new system with no files, no settings. Windows 10 installed successfully.

Finally, after choosing the required option. Finally the windows will ask you reset your pc.

This is the final step to restart your Windows 10 computer.

Once the process is complete, the Windows operating system will be reinstalled on the computer with all original files and data intact on the system.


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