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At any time you set up Windows 10 successfully on your Personal Computer you should make a System Image backup of the OS. System image backup is shown very helpfully whenever you'd like to carry it everywhere or have to reinstall this OS on your PC. Whenever your OS does not start or boot correctly or get corrupted because of whatever reason you actually need the backup. 

It's old but good to do. Establishing a system image of your Windows 10 Personal Computer in case your hard disk drive goes belly up and you want to recover your files, settings, and applications.
How to create a full system backup in Windows 10
The backup system picture is just loved the mirrored copy of the OS that includes the configuration of the OS. At any time you create backup system picture your windows 10 PC returns in the same place as when the picture was created earlier. 

It's been around since Windows 7, and Microsoft hasn't touched it since. You won't find it from the Preferences application where you probably turn whenever you want to perform a little bit of system maintenance on your Personal Computer. 

Instead, it's hiding out at the old Windows Control Panel. What it is the capability to create a system backup, which you might use to restore your Personal Computer if it fails, become corrupted or otherwise stop operating.

Since the tool to create a system image is somewhat buried in Windows 10, let's shine a light on where it is located and how to use it.

Steps to create a backup system image:

1. Open the Control Panel (easiest method is to search for it or ask Cortana).

2. Click System and Security

3. Click Backup and Restore (Windows 7)

4. Click Produce a system image in the left panel

5. You've options for where you would like to save the backup image: external hard disk drive or DVDs. I suggest the former when your computer has a DVD-RW drive connect your external drive to your Personal Computer, select on a disk and then click Next.

6. Click the Start backup button.

Following the system image is created, you'll be asked if you would like to create a system repair disc. This puts your image on a CD or DVD, which you might use to get the system image you generated if your Personal Computer will not boot.

Don't be concerned if your laptop computer doesn't have a CD or DVD drive; you could bypass this step and boot the system from the system image on your external hard disk drive.

System Image Backup
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The way to recover your Personal Computer using your system image

Here we're embellishing the measures to get it back on your own Personal Computer easily. After being known about the way to generate a Backup System Image on Windows 10 -  now let's get to know about the way to recover this system picture on your Personal Computer you need to follow several measures one by one that is mentioned below: 

To use your system image to restore your Personal Computer, 
open the Preferences application and proceed to Update & Security > Retrieval. 

In the Advanced startup section, click the Restart now button. 

Whenever your Personal Computer restarts, proceed to Troubleshoot > Advanced Options > System Picture Recovery and follow the directions to restore your Personal Computer using you’re the system image you created.

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