How the New Reset Feature Works in Windows 10 Version 1903
Windows 10 version 1903 (codenamed 19H1) comes with a plethora of improvements pretty much everywhere across the operating system, and the most recent preview build introduces a change that would certainly appeal to lots of users.
Available for testing beginning with Windows 10 build 18312, the new Reset this PC experience is supposed to make it easier for users to recover their computers should any problem occur.
In most of the cases, resetting the device should be the ultimate solution if Windows 10 isn’t working as expected because Microsoft has spent a considerable amount of time improving the way you can troubleshoot system problems.
For example, the built-in troubleshooters themselves come with lots of refinements in the latest Windows 10 builds, so they should be able to detect and repair a constantly increasing number of issues.
However, the reset option also comes in handy when giving up on a specific device, as it helps you remove all your data and unin… (read more)