The Windows recovery environment (Windows Recovery Environment or simply Win) is a set of troubleshooting tools available in the advanced Windows 10 boot options. These tools are useful if your operating system has a problem that you cannot repair from the normal Windows 10 environment.
For example, you may need to delete some files that appear to be in use by your operating system. It's a great alternative to using a bootable DVD or USB stick.
By default, the Windows Recovery Environment (Windows Recovery Environment) is available in the Home, Pro, Enterprise and Education versions of Windows 10.
The Windows recovery environment includes the following tools:
Automatic Startup Recovery. If the system detects a malfunction in your computer startup, it will take you to Windows RE immediately.
Automatic Repair. The auto-repair tool automates common diagnostics and troubleshooting tasks for your operating system.
System Image Recovery.
Ability customizing boot settings.
Tools may also include some custom OEM support tools.
So below we will see how you can turn it off Win, because for example you want to prevent your family members from misusing these tools.
Open a command prompt window as Administrator (search for cmd, right click on the icon and open as Administrator).
Type or copy-paste the following command: reagentc / info and press Enter to run it.
Check the value next to Windows RE status. It should indicate that it is On or Off
To disable the Windows recovery environment in Windows 10,
Open a command prompt window as Administrator.
Type or copy-paste the following command: reagentc / disable and press Enter to run it.
The command will disable Win.
To enable Windows recovery environment in Windows 10 again
All commands together: