Windows 10 new cloud reset feature

The reinstallation of 10 may soon become much easier. A leaked version of Windows 10 features a new Start menu design but also a cool new feature: There's a “Cloud Download” feature for reinstalling Windows.

The new feature is similar to the Internet feature that exists on Mac computers. When you try to boot a Mac without an operating system, it will connect to the Internet to download macOS before installing it for you. It is a feature of the recovery platform built into Apple computers.

Windows 10

With this new feature, when reinstalling Windows, you will be able to select two new different functions: "Cloud Download" to download the latest operating system or "Reset Locally" to reinstall the existing Windows operating system on the device you are using. The new function He discovered first o WalkingCat on Twitter:

We do not yet know exactly how the new feature will work, but it looks like a very easy way to install Windows 10 without having to create an installation media (DVD or USB).

Imagine a reboot of Windows, and everything else is done automatically from your internet connection: download and then install the operating system.

But before we get happier, it would be good to wait for the official announcement. As always, this feature may never be released on a fixed version of Windows.

The feature leaked from a Windows 10 build that had to be released only internally the company's.

So there is a chance we will never see it again. But there is definitely the possibility to see it soon in an Insider build of the 19H2 or 20H1 versions.

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