Sometimes you need to factory reset your computer. Maybe you’re upgrading and need it cleared before giving it away, or maybe you have a virus or corrupted driver issues that are often fixed with a clean reset. 

While the steps are somewhat similar to what you would do with a Mac, we’re going to focus on Windows-based machines. So, if you own one of the best computers running Microsoft’s operating system (or even a middling one), you can follow the instructions here to get that factory reset.


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