Reset means reset or create default setting. Before resetting we will find out why we will reset our computer or laptop. Reason One. If you have trouble installing or uninstalling any software. Reason Tow. If there is a problem with your computer and you can't solve the problem by searching Google, you can reset it. Reason Three. C drive automatic load.
For example, suppose there is no unnecessary file on your computer's C drive but it still looks full. There is no way you can empty it. In this case you need to reset your computer. If you reset your computer C drive will be empty and the speed of your computer will be better.
Then click on the Windows Start menu > Click Settings > Click Update and Security > Then drop down click Recovery. Here you can see the text above Reset this PC. Click Get Start from here.
You will then see two options. From here you choose the second option, Remove everything. But remember! If you choose the second option from here, all the files on your computer's C drive will be deleted. Only Windows will have the files. For this reason, before resetting your computer, move the C drive files on your computer to another drive.
Then click on Next. Then you can see above Ready to reset this PC And see below! Which files will be deleted from your computer's C drive. Final click Reset. It may take two to four hours for your computer or laptop to reset. You must keep the charging cable attached while resetting. Your computer will reopen after the reset is complete.