There are many new features that Microsoft has placed in the latest Windows 10 update. Among them are some that are dedicated to making their use better, but only at times when the user needs more help.
The ability to reinstall Windows within its structure proved to be an important help for users. Now, Microsoft has gone further and allows you to reinstall Windows 10 from the Microsoft Cloud.
Reinstalling Windows was not always a simple and affordable process. Therefore, it implied creating a pen or an installation DVD and having access to an ISO with the version they wanted to install. However, that reality has changed in Windows 10 and has now taken an even bigger step.
What the May 2020 update brought was an even simpler way. Now, and through the Cloud, it is possible to have this process automated and simplified, without forcing the user to have to intervene in this process.
Simpler to reinstall this system
To perform this reinstallation of Windows 10, just start opening Windows Settings. Inside, just choose the option Updates and Security, followed by access to the Recovery tab.
Then, they will have the option to reset the PC at the beginning. To start this process, you must press the Introduction button. In the following steps you will define how this process will go and whether or not you want to keep the files.
An essential process in Windows 10
Subsequently, they must define how they want to make this recovery. It can be done partially, keeping the user's files, or complete and clean, with the option Remove all. You should be aware that this step cannot be reversed.
Then comes the novelty of this update. They must define if they want to carry out the reinstallation via the Cloud or location. In the case of the first option, the process will download the latest version from the Microsoft Cloud and install it.
Everything arrives now through the Microsoft Cloud
This new option should be used to eliminate problems with Windows 10 or the local copy for reinstallation. They also guarantee to have the latest version ready to be installed, with no further updates to the system.
The last step is to choose the files to keep and how they will be deleted. They can simply be eliminated or erased safely, even if it takes longer in the process.
Everything will depend on the option you initially chose to restore Windows 10. It will be different whether or not you choose to keep the files you already have on your PC and whether or not you want a completely fresh installation, especially from scratch.
From now on, whenever you need to reset Windows 10, you should use this option. Reinstalling the system via the Microsoft Cloud ensures better security and the latest version at any time.