1. Backup any important files on your computer:
Before starting your reinstall, you must make sure that all of your important files are backed up. This includes documents, pictures, and any special settings you may have created.
2. Create a Windows 10 Installation Media:
You will need to create a Windows 10 installation media for the reinstall process. To do this, visit the Microsoft website and download the Windows 10 Media Creation Tool. You can then use this tool to create a bootable USB drive or burn an ISO file to a disc.
3. Boot from the installation media:
Once you have created your installation media, boot your computer from it by changing your boot order in the BIOS settings. You will then be able to start the Windows 10 install process.
4. Follow the on-screen instructions:
Follow the on-screen instructions to complete the installation. You will need to set up a user account with a password, and choose which version of Windows 10 you want to install.
5. Reinstall any drivers or programs:
Once the installation is complete, you will need to reinstall any drivers or programs you need for your computer. This can be done through the manufacturer’s website or through the Device Manager.
6. Activate Windows 10:
Finally, you will need to activate Windows 10. To do this, open the Settings app and click on ‘Update & Security’. Then, click on the ‘Activation’ tab and enter the product key if you have one. If not, you can purchase a new key from the Microsoft Store.
Congratulations! You have successfully reinstalled Windows 10.