Restoring your computer to an earlier point is like turning the time back. Restoring your Dell to factory settings will turn the clock all the way back to the time of purchase, to remove the information you have added the page. You can go back to “square one” on your Dell computer by running System Restore on your Dell, which is a process you can fill in Windows, even if you have no previous experience with system restore. You can get tech support by calling experts on dell phone number any time from any corner of the world.
How to restore dell laptop to factory settings?
- Back up all files you want and need. Your computer will be formatted during this process.
- Start the computer, or if it is already on, restart it by clicking on the “Start” menu followed by “Close” and then selecting “Restart”.
- Hold the F8 key on your Dell when the computer restarts. Be sure to hold it down before the Windows logo appears.
- Select “Repair Your Computer” from the menu “Advanced Boot Options” menu using the arrow down on the keyboard and press “Enter”.
- Select the language settings when prompted and press “Enter” to continue.
- Log in as an administrator when prompted. Enter your username and password and click “Enter” to continue the factory restore process.
- Click on “Dell Factory Image Restore” followed by the “Next” button.
- Select the check box labeled “Yes, reformat the hard drive and restore the system software to factory mode”. When the check box is selected, click the “Next” button and your Dell laptop is restored to the factory settings.
- Click “Finish” when the computer is restored. This restarts Windows in exactly the state it was the day you purchased the computer.
Dell Laptop technical Support for System Restore
If you notice the efficiency of your Dell laptop is not what it usually is, you probably have programs you no longer use, registry errors and excess files from installed programs that you do not even know. You need to restore your Dell laptop to the factory setting.