Found the following information on the Microsoft Support site that may be helpful in deciding which recovery option you should use in the event you are troubleshooting and experiencing problems with Windows 10.
Problem: Your PC isn’t working well because of a recently installed app, driver, or update.
Solution: Restore from a system restore point
Problem: Your PC isn’t working well and you’re not sure why.
Solution: Reset your PC
Problem: You want to clear all your personal data off of your PC before you donate or recycle it.
Solution: Reset this PC > Remove everything > Remove files and clean this drive
Problem: Your PC won’t start. Or You tried to reset the PC, but encountered the error: There was a problem resetting your PC.
Solution 1: If you’ve previously created a USB recovery drive, use the recovery drive to restore or recover your PC
Solution 2: If you haven’t created a USB recovery drive, use installation media to restore your PC or Use installation media to reinstall Windows 10
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