So Windows Central has reviewed Windows 10\’s Anniversary Update (read it here: The Windows 10 Anniversary Update Review | Windows Central) but what we\’d love to know is your own thoughts, impressions of the update on your own machine as it rolls out. Post the good, the bad and the ugly below.
[TIP]Basic tip If you\’re having any issues with your device, try a reset. Settings > Update & security > Recovery > Reset this PC > This provides you with two options: 1. keep my files and 2. remove everything[/TIP] [NOTE]Keep my files Does just as its name describes. If you choose the setting you can reinstall Windows 10 without having to back up any of the pictures, videos, music and documents that you have stored on it. You absolutely should back up these things just in case, but you shouldn’t need to use that back up. Keep My Files requires a certain amount of free space on your device. As such, it may be unavailable to you if your device is stuffed with a lot of files. If you get an error message asking for more storage when you choose this option you’ll need to back up your files and choose the remove everything option. You could also delete any files that you aren’t using on your device and try the option again. This option will take longer than the other options.[/NOTE] [NOTE]Remove Everything Deletes every file, every setting from your device and gives you a blank copy of Windows 10 to work with. You’ll need to add any files you have backed up to your device again.[/NOTE]