In Windows 10, there is a new Recovery Environment. It is a one-click feature which allows users to get back to the last known good configuration.
The Recovery Environment helps with software or driver incompatibility issues, accidental deletion of files, and boot issues. It also helps in recovering from some other problems like a failed installation or resetting to factory settings.
You can enable the Recovery Environment by following these steps: Switch user > Settings > Update & Security > Recovery > Enable the recovery environment> Restart your system.
How to Uninstall the Recovery Environment from Windows 10?
The Recovery Environment is a copy of the OS that is created before you installed Windows 10. It’s used to save settings and personal files before the installation of the operating system.
If you are performing an upgrade or clean install, then you won’t see the Recovery Environment on your computer (Windows 10). If it has already been installed on your computer, then there are some ways to remove it.
Step 1: Press Windows key + X on your keyboard and select Command Prompt (Admin)
Step 2: Type in “bootrec” in the command prompt and press Enter.
How to Create a New Recovery Environment in Windows 10?
Windows 10 has a built-in recovery environment that you can use to restore your PC back to the way it was before an update or some other event that changed the PC’s state.
For example, if you have installed a new application and suddenly the machine stops responding, then you could boot into this recovery environment to undo what you did and go back to the previous state of your system.
There are two ways that Windows 10 will recover from certain events: Automatic Recovery and Manual Recovery. Automatic recovery is when Windows tries to recover automatically as soon as something goes wrong; while manual recovery takes more effort on your part, but gives you complete control over how the process is carried out.
Creating this type of recovery environment is easy in Windows 10. You just need to follow these steps:
1) Right-click the Recycle Bin icon on your desktop and select Create Recovery Environment from the options that appear under it.
2) Launch System Image Manager by selecting Start > All Programs > System Tools > System Image Manager from.
How to Recover Files from an Unbootable PC using Windows Disk Recovery Tool?
Unbootable PC recovery is a common problem that you may end up facing. It can happen out of nowhere due to various factors such as virus, malware, security issues etc. In order to help you recover files from an unbootable machine, we have come with a solution that recovers files from an unbootable computer on Windows 10 operating system.
You can use the Windows Disk Recovery Tool to recover lost data from your Macbook or hard drive that won’t boot up. The process is simple and quick!