Chances are high you have never even peaked on the Windows Defender Security Center – Microsoft’s own security software – ever since you updated your PC to the Windows 10 Creators Update. Let alone knowing about the new handy feature, Fresh Start, tucked away in the application.
With all the cyber threat news we hear of lately, most people trust third party security software to keep their PCs safe. Leaving Microsoft’s Windows Defender Security Center (formerly referred to as just Windows Defender) as one of those applications on your system you hardly use or think about.
Well, if you ever need to do a clean install of Windows 10, you might find Windows Defender application much more useful. Tucked away under the Device Performance & Health menu on the Windows Defender is a useful feature Fresh Start,
How to use the Fresh Start feature on Windows Defender
As you probably have picked up from its name, Fresh Start performs a clean install of Windows 10. Unlike your typical clean install, Fresh Start keeps all your data intact. When you activate it, it performs data backup of all your data, …read more