Windows 10: Factory settings with keeping D drive?
Factory settings with keeping D drive?
Hi i need some help.
I have one Windows 10 Pro 32bit version
It is slow.
So i need to do factory reset.
But i need to keep files on drive D
Which option should i use in recovery window
- Windows which will pop up if you type in search reset and then click on button Get Started (Factory settings)
first - keep files and remove programs and settings
second - remove everything
Thanks for help.
It is some HP notebook with 1 GB RAM
If it were me, I would do a clean install by booting from a Windows 10 installation USB flash drive or DVD. Select the custom install option and then you can delete all the partitions except your data partition to ensure that your data partition does not get erased.
Yes i know about that option.
But now it is solved i have used the first option.
It is OK now.
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