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  1. Microsoft updates device and performance health page to clarify the removal of Fresh start A couple of days back we reported that Microsoft broke Fresh start on Windows 10 May 2020 Update. Windows Insiders have been complaining about the broken link for a while now but Microsoft did not take note of the issue and pushed the version 2004 update. Now, Microsoft has quietly updated its device and performance health support page to clarify the missing Fresh start feature. According to the support page, Microsoft has removed the feature from Windows Sec
  2. Microsoft broke Windows 10’s Fresh Start feature in the May 2020 Update Since the Windows 10 Creators Update in 2017 Microsoft offered a Fresh Start feature in Windows Security which allowed users to re-install Windows 10 while keeping your data intact. Importantly the feature would not attempt to keep your existing apps, which would in many cases get rid of lingering compatibility issues and registry bloat, and offer users a “fresh start”, just like when they purchased their PC for the first time. The description of the feature reads: Start afresh with a cl
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