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    How to Enable Windows Recovery Environment on Windows 10

    Windows 10, the Windows Recovery Environment (WinRE) is a feature that bundles automatic repair, reset to factory default settings, system image recovery, and other troubleshooting tools to troubleshoot and resolve problems when your device doesn't start or run correctly.

    Although it's an essential tool to bring Windows 10 to its working condition, if you work in a network environment and you want to prevent users from accessing the feature, you can disable the Windows Recovery Environment through Command Prompt. In the same way, if you need to troubleshoot a problem (for example, startup, performance, network, drivers, and updates), and you can't access the feature, it's likely because WinRE is disabled, and you can enable it using a simple command.

    In this video, you’ll learn the steps to enable Windows Recovery Environment on Windows 10.

    To enable the Windows Recovery Environment, use these steps:

    01. Open Start.

    02. Search for Command Prompt, right-click the top result, and select the Run as administrator option.

    03. Type the following command to confirm the WinRE is disabled and press Enter:

    reagentc /info

    04. Type the following command to enable the recovery environment and press Enter:

    reagentc /enable

    05. Type the following command to confirm the WinRE has been enabled and press Enter:

    reagentc /info

    Once you complete the steps, the Windows Recovery Environment will be enabled on your device, and you'll be able to access the "Reset this PC" and "Advanced options" to troubleshoot and fix problems with Windows 10.

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