MICROSOFT REPORTS ‘NEW START ' FEATURE IS NOT ACTUALLY BROKEN
The ‘New Start’ feature, which is not available to many users in the Settings section recently, has only been replaced according to Microsoft's description.
The company described how to use the setting in Windows 10 version 2004 and later.
The other day, we spoke about a bug that came with the 2004 update that Microsoft released for the Windows 10 operating system. As a result of the error, users were unable to use the ‘new start’ feature, one of the options seen as the saviour of the Windows 10 operating system.
The Windows 10 version 2004 Update, which we can call a problematic update as a result of our Reports to date, was not actually the main source of this error. The bug was first detected 8 months ago and reported to Microsoft by dozens of users.
Not an error, just moved:
This ‘bug’, which is seen by many users after the update released by Microsoft, was not actually a bug. The ‘new start’ feature has not been removed from the operating system, but has only been relocated, according to the shares made by several Windows 10 version 2004 users on various platforms.
As we mentioned earlier in Windows 10 version 2004, The ‘New Start’ feature was available directly on Settings > Windows Security, but with the update, this setting was moved to a place that was relatively difficult to reach.
According to information published by Microsoft in support for Windows 10 version 2004 and later, the ‘new start’ setting was moved into the ‘reset this computer’ feature. Microsoft also explained how to use the feature and what steps should be followed to get to the feature. Accordingly, you will need to follow the steps below to reach the’ new start ' setting:
• From startup, open Settings.
• Press update and security.
• Select ‘Recovery’ from the left menu and click ‘Reset this computer'.
• After these steps, choose whether to save your files on the cloud or locally on the page that comes up.
• Then make the necessary settings and select ‘Recover bootstrapped applications’ as ‘no’.
• So you'll be using the ‘new start’ feature on your computer.