Has your environment Windows 10 ever been so damaged that it was unusable? A special backup feature from Microsoft could save you, if you ever find yourself in this emergency.
The feature called System Image Backup creates a full Windows 10 image file and does not just select folders and files such as file history. If Windows ever gets corrupted, crashes, or just stops working, you can get it going by restoring the entire image.
The only downside is that you can not restore individual files through System Image Backup. only the entire picture. Therefore, you should build the image fairly regularly to accommodate the latest version of your Windows 1
In Windows 10, start the Control Panel in the Icon view, and then click the Backup and Restore setting (Windows 7). Yes, it's called Windows 7, but do not worry – the backup part of this feature works fine in Windows 10.
In the Backup and Restore window (Windows 7), click the link in the upper-left corner that reads as follows : "Create a System Image."
Windows searches for a backup destination on a hard disk or a USB drive, DVDs, or a network location. Select the backup locale you want to use. Click on Continue.
Confirm which parts of your hard drive are included in the image file, and then click the Start Backup button. Windows will now create the image file.
Creating a System Repair Disc
Next, you want to create a System Repair CD to use when Windows is no longer able to start itself. To do so, in the Backup and Restore window (Windows 7), click on the link "Create a System Repair CD" in the top left corner and let Windows create the CD.
Recovery of system images
Okay, let's say you're stuck in a jam someday because Windows behaves badly. Restoring from the image file may be the only option.
Make sure your backup device is available. Start your PC if it is still bootable. In Windows 10, click the Settings> Update & Security> Recovery icon. In the Advanced Startup section on the right, click the Restart Now button.
In the "Choose an Option" window, click Troubleshooting> Advanced Options> System Image Recovery . Follow the instructions in Windows to restore your image file.
If Windows does not boot, boot with the system repair disk. You should be taken to the "Choose an option" window, where you can follow the same steps to return Windows 10 to an earlier and hopefully healthy state.