Reinstalling the Windows operating system is a procedure by which you can return to the original state of the operating system on a computer or laptop. This can be useful in cases where the system is not working correctly, is slow or there are serious problems with its functioning. Reinstalling Windows removes all data, programs, and settings on the system drive and returns the operating system to the state it was in when you first installed Windows on the device. This makes it possible to remove any problems that may arise due to incorrect settings, viruses, or other negative effects on the operation of the operating system.
Preparing for the reinstallation includes backing up important data, downloading the necessary drivers and programs you want to install after the reinstallation, and verifying that you have the necessary license keys for the operating system and programs. These preparatory steps help make the reinstallation process more convenient and efficient.
Troubleshooting: If your operating system has started to display performance abnormalities such as errors, freezes, or other issues, reinstalling may help resolve these issues. This is especially useful if other troubleshooting efforts have failed. Virus and Malware Removal: If your computer is infected with viruses or other malware, reinstalling Windows may be the only reliable way to remove these threats and restore your system to a stable state. Upgrading or downgrading: If you want to upgrade your operating system to a new version, reinstalling Windows may be necessary. This can be relevant when you want to upgrade to a newer version of Windows or change the type of operating system (for example, from Windows 7 to Windows 11). Increased productivity: After prolonged use of the computer, productivity may decrease due to the accumulation of unnecessary files and applications. Reinstallation allows you to clean the system and increase its performance. Restoring to the default state: If you want to return your computer to the state when you first received it or installed the operating system, a reset will help you get a “clean” starting point.
In our case, we choose to delete everything and we advise you to always choose this option, but sometimes you may need to save a number of files and then you choose another option and files. Further actions are similar
Preparation for factory reset is in progress, please wait, this device will reboot automatically after completion
In this screenshot, we see a reset of this computer. We will have to wait a little while until the process is finished
We come up with a pin code, enter it twice, it will be used every time Windows is turned on, after that click “OK”
Congratulations, everything worked out for you. We reinstalled Windows. Checking for updates is in progress, after which you can use your updated Windows system