Windows 10: Refresh Windows Tool - How to Use in Windows 10
That is interesting David. It sounds similar to a custom reset image.
Yes I think the provisioning packages are as near an approximation as you can get to a custom reset. It's not quite the same but has a similar effect.
And you can create provisioning packages yourself, although it's apparently best to run in Audit Mode while the machine is still new. (Which reminds me I could tweak my Tutorial with a couple of new features in the '1607' version of the ADK tools.)
The provisioning packages also get copied onto a Recovery Drive (when it works) so a reinstall from a recovery drive will install the software as well as Windows.
How to Refresh Windows 10
Resetting lets you choose whether to keep your files or remove them, and then reinstalls Windows.
For more information, see:
Push-button reset (Windows Drivers)
Recovery options in Windows 10
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