Resetting your Windows PC – Part 1
In many respects, it’s a lot like resetting your phone…
A couple of years ago, I wrote an article for Soft32 called iDevice Restore Gotchas. It’s a good read.
In that article, I covered a few basic points about resetting your device. Without rehashing the entire article – again, you can read it called here – I did cover 3 important points
- Don’t Fear the Hard Reset – sometimes it’s the best way to get rid of all the crap, especially if you have a deep rooted virus or piece of malware/ spyware that just will NOT go away.
- Make Sure you have a Solid Internet Connection – iDevices always, ALWAYS call home to ask permission before allowing you to completely blow them away, and if you don’t have one or are using your iDevice to provide internet connectivity, the process will fail; and then you’re really gonna be up a creek without a paddle…
- Don’t Connect your Smartphone to your PC through a USB Hub – the restore process is going to work better (read: won’t work at all through a hub…) with a direct connection, and you won’t have any technology headaches to trouble shoot.
All of these points are still relevant with the latest set of iDevices, and quite honestly, most every other mobile device out there. They’re also relevant with your Windows based PC, if its running Windows 10, and if you’re having troubles with it, the reasons for looking into this process are actually quite compelling.
At the end of the day, they can save your tens of hours of analysis time and a ton of money on ulcer and headache remedies with just a bit of planning and the new refresh and restore procedures in Windows 10. Let’s take a quick look…
Well, I’m going to share my experience with my Best PC
that gives me best performance to use it with it greatest configuration,
whenever I used this pc that that make me charm with its first response and
here some configuration that make its fast:
CPU: Intel Quad-Core i5 | Graphics: Intel Iris Pro Graphics 6200 |
RAM: 8GB 1867MHz LPDDR3 | Storage: 1TB Serial ATA Drive @ 5400RPM |
Communication: Wireless: 802.11ac, Bluetooth 4.0 |
A configuration sporting 8GB of RAM is an option too,
but if you want more fast then you can upgraded with more RAM configuration,
have a good day everyone.