- What to do after doing a clean boot?
- How do I do an advanced clean boot?
- How do I reset Windows without losing data?
- How do I reinstall Windows but keep files?
- Will resetting PC make it faster?
Resetting the Computer to Start Normally After Clean Boot TroubleshootingHold the Windows key and press R key to open Run. Select the Normal Startup option in the General tab. Go to the Services tab, uncheck the box for Hide all Microsoft services and click on Enable all button.
Steps to perform Clean bootPress thei “Windows + R” key to open a Run box.Type msconfig and click OK.On the General tab, click Selective startup.Clear the Load startup items check box.Click the Services tab.Select the Hide all Microsoft services check box (at the bottom).Click Disable all.Click the Startup tab.
Reset this PC lets you restore Windows 11/10 to factory settings without losing filesOpen Settings.Choose Windows Update.Go to Advanced Options.Choose Recovery tab.Click the Reset PC button.Follow the on-screen instructions carefully.
Running Reset This PC with the Keep My Files option is actually easy. It will take some time to complete, but it is a straightforward operation. After your system boots from the Recovery Drive and you select the Troubleshoot > Reset This PC option. You’ll select the Keep My Files option, as shown in Figure A.
Resetting the pc does not make it faster. It simply frees extra space in your hard drive and deletes some third party softwares. Due to this the pc runs more smoothly. But over the time when you again install the softwares and fill your hard drive, functioning again goes back to what it was.