Fresh Start: The "Restore Your Computer" feature in Windows 10 restores your computer to its factory settings. But it also adds all the bloatware of Windows. Below we will see the "new" function Fresh Start (it is hidden from the Windows 10 Creators Update version) and how it can help you get a clean system.
The new Microsoft tool will uninstall all bloatware by installing the Windows system from the beginning.
How does it work;
"Reset this PC" or "Reset this PC" can reset your computer to its factory settings. So Windows contains bloatware and we all know it.
To remove bloatware to date you could use third party software. The new Windows Fresh Start feature makes this process very simple, allowing all users to completely reinstall Windows with a few clicks.
Where is the function?
Open the Start menu and find the Windows Defender Security Center application.
In the "Device Performance" section on the side, click "Additional Information" In the Fresh Start section, click the "Start" button and follow Microsoft's instructions for reinstalling Windows.
The disadvantage of the Fresh Start feature is that you will lose any software that is installed by the manufacturer on your computer. Sure, most of them are rubbish, but there are some important drivers. Of course the world did not spoil since you can download the drivers again from the manufacturer's page.
It should be mentioned here that many times bloatware to make it more acceptable also contains some useful function. For example, many Dell computers come with 20GB of free Dropbox storage.
If you are using iTunes, you will need to re-authorize iTunes on your computer. If you have a product key for Microsoft Office, you need to make sure it is stored somewhere. The same goes for any other application that needs an activation key.
Finally, although Windows promises to keep your personal files intact, as always it would be good to get a backup of your files in case something goes wrong.