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Windows 10 wouldn't boot up (it was actually a good thing !)

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info999

so a few days ago windows refused to boot up, I tried everything I could find on google, but nothing worked

I then decided to Reset Windows

after it was done, windows feels much faster ! LOL, no idea what happened there

I am at version 18XX now, and I will never update it again 

 

so if your windows feels slow, resetting it may actually speed it up, just make sure to back up your files first

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Kalju

@info999 

One young mother had gone to the doctor with her child. Her baby was long unwashed and a little dirty.
There the doctor advised that she should wash her child.
But the young mother said - "Ah, I'm not gonna do wash her, we better do new one".

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sefton22

i find a fresh install (usually a month after MS issue and update) is the best option. i was going to hold off until january, but it may be much sooner than that as i've noticed a few issues appearing and the boot time can be 45 seconds vs 3 minutes

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steven36

I dual boot Windows 8.1 and Linux  and it's been over a year since   i reformatted  . I  have a  PC with Windows  7 ive had for many years   that never been reformatted only upgraded once to Windows 7 from Vista and upgraded from Windows 7 to Windows 10 and downgraded back to Windows 7 .   If your  boot time goes up  you need to stop installing  all that crap and use mostly  portables  the next time you reformat. If you use Windows 10 a new  version going come out  once or twice  a year cant you wait even 6 months to reformat  ? :tooth: 

 

Have fun with that  Im waiting tell April 23, 2020  Ubuntu 20.04 to come out to reformat.  Its  557 days since i reformatted my daily driver  i reformat it once every 2 years  . :clap:

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Screen

Never had to do a reset, The system works great since inception of windows 10. Updating it as soon as updates come by. Still performing as it used to when it was first installed. No complaints.

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