If you’re having problems with Windows 10 on your PC, you can try to refresh, reset, or restore it.
When you reset your PC, it will remove everything and reinstall Windows 10 to start over completely with a clean install.
To be able to reset Windows 10 you will need to first insert your Windows 10 installation media or recovery drive if there is not an OEM factory recovery image present.
If you create a reset recovery image, it is used instead of your OEM recovery image, installation media, or recovery drive for a push-button reset of Windows 10. A reset recovery image is basically like having your installation media always connected and ready to use to reset your PC with.
This tutorial will show you how to find and see the location of the currently registered reset recovery image you created in Windows 10.