Usually, the first thing you do is search the Internet for a solution. If you are lucky, you may find a solution to your problem. However, in many cases, the problem may persist even after trying all possible methods. In this case, the only effective solution is to reinstall Windows 10. This may be your last resort to get your PC back to normal working condition. You must first be able to boot into the operating system in order to reinstall Windows 10. You won’t be able to reinstall Windows 10 without losing system data if you are unable to boot into the operating system. Assuming you can start Windows 10 up, do so. Then you may insert your disc or drive, run an ISO image, or mount the ISO file as a virtual DVD. Once everything is finished, launch “setup.exe” from your portable device to start the setup process. If not, browse to your drive (or disc) and start the procedure manually. However, reinstalling Windows may result in losing your data and applications on the drive.

Ways to reinstall Windows 10

Using the “Reset this PC” option

The machine can probably be reset using this method, but there is a catch. Users can only keep files when they “Reset this PC.” Also gone are any user-installed applications and programmes. Before using this reset technique, we advise backing up any crucial data to prevent loss of pre-existing applications, drivers, and programmes.

Using the Advanced Startup menu

Using Windows 10 ISO image file

Final Words

We hope like our article on how to Reinstall Windows 10. Usually, reinstalling Windows 10 will make your computer perform like new (or even better). Because of this, it is frequently used as a fix when a PC stops operating or performs poorly and cannot be fixed using conventional techniques.

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