Microsoft is currently working on an option that will allow users to reinstall Windows 10 using the cloud
It looks like Windows 10 is set to get a new feature that can save users a lot of effort while reinstalling their operating system. This is a feature that MacOS has been enjoying for quite some time. Dubbed “Cloud Download”, the feature is expected to be found in Windows Reset Options in Settings with “Reset Locally”, which means that future Windows 10 reinstall users will be able to either use a local image or download a new one. Clouds
News that Microsoft is currently working on a new Windows 10 reset system has been sent in the form of a tweet. Walking Cat. According to the tweet, the leaked Windows Build 18950 (for the upcoming 201H1 update) boot menu gives the user the option to reinstall the existing operating system using a local image or download Windows from the cloud. The build was reportedly leaked to Windows Insider Fast Ring users before the official roll-out.
An earlier report from Grovipost claimed that Microsoft Surface devices such as the Surface Book and Surface Pro already had the option to download Windows 10 images from the cloud during setup. “Recovering from the cloud is especially effective if your recovery partition is corrupted. Microsoft has not listed the feature anywhere on its official Surface web page, “Grovipost wrote in its report, explaining how to use the feature.
Earlier this week, another leaked internal Windows 10 build showed us that Microsoft is working on a redesign of the Start menu where popular live tiles are missing and icons are unusually large. You can see what the new Start Menu, which is still under development, looks like here. The redesigned Start Menu and Cloud Download feature are not expected in the stable release of Windows 10 until June next year.
How do you want to reinstall Windows?
> Cloud Download: Download Windows
> Reset locally: Reinstall my existing Windows operating system
– Walking Cat (@ h0x0d) 29 July 2019