Windows 10: Info on the Windows components store
you would have to change to c: first (assuming that is where your windows install is) and you don't need the word "costa"
The DISM syntax is explained here DISM - Deployment Image Servicing and Management - you may want to give it a read.
C:\>dism /image:c:\ /cleanup-image /restorehealth
You may want to use this method to do /revertpendingactions if you can't boot after installing some upgrade.
Getting out of a no boot situation after installing updates on Windows 7-2008R2 - The Windows Servicing Guy - Site Home - TechNet Blogs
If you need to do sfc at boot it is explained here SFC /SCANNOW : Run in Command Prompt at Boot - Windows 7 Help Forums
Just for reference purposes
For those who are interested in viewing the status or tracking of Windows 10 & Office with respect to builds, packages, official updates, ESD's, etc., you can visit the following page via the link below.
Hello, i ran a chkdsk and as you can see this is what it says , i don't know how to proceed with this.
Thank you for your help
How do I remove the pre-installed components/apps for tablet PC and Xbox One? I don't need tablet components on my PC, and I have no plan to get an Xbox One.
Source: Microsoft Edge and Web Components | Microsoft Edge Dev Blog
Source: Bringing componentization to the web: An overview of Web Components | Microsoft Edge Dev Blog