The impact that computing devices have in everyday lives today can be compared to that of electricity. PC’s and Mac’s have penetrated into every sphere of work, be it personal or business. This has necessitated the availability of uninterrupted system service. In case of a total system failure, or the dreaded blue screen of death, a user may have to reset to the factory defaults. Various reboot and restore solutions exist to fix such issues occurring due to an outdated configuration, or malware entry.
System malfunctions primarily occur due to malicious files and software that are downloaded (manually or automatically) during an active session. While surfing, a user is required to download extensions and specific files as per requirements. Cookies, on the other hand, are not uncommon. Users often have to make configuration changes to facilitate certain activities, which, in turn, may affect system functions. Issues crop up when these changes are deployed in systems, which is more frequently witnessed in public access computers such as in libraries, internet cafes, schools, and hotel lobbies. A quick and simple method of preventing and resolving such issues is, therefore, a necessity, to reduce operational downtime.
Windows is by far, one of the most widely used OS. It has constantly been improving the features with every new version. The latest, Windows 10, has a number of inbuilt utility programs that enable users to resolve system-related issues caused by malicious files and configuration drifts with ease. One of the programs allows resetting the