Or would the recovery partition now be redundant as nothing can access it?
I've struggled to find any information regarding the implications this has on the correct way to perform a recovery if something terrible happens, and I have a few questions.
Would the novo button still work and pick up the bios versions on OneKey Recovery?Windows 10 has a "Reset this PC" option.And what would pressing "Reset this PC" do in a clean Windows 10 install - restore to factory Windows.1 or a clean Windows 10?Is the only option for a clean Windows 10 install to boot from a bootable media containing the Windows 10 ISO and install that way?So am I right in thinking that after upgrading to Windows 10, even though the OneKey Recovery software won't be installed, when the computer is shut down I could still press the novo button to launch into the OneKey Recovery System via the bios?After upgrading to Windows 10 what exactly will choosing this option do?What would pressing "Reset this PC" do in a Windows 10 that was upgraded from.1 - restore to factory Windows.1 or a clean Windows 10?Lenovo state in their, windows 10 upgrade guide that the OneKey Recovery software will not be functional in Windows 10 and should be uninstalled before the upgrade.Will this pick up on Lenovo's recovery partition and recover the system back to Factory Windows.1?Windows.1 that came pre-installed on the laptop)?What would pressing Windows 10's "Reset this PC" option do then?
In other words, there's an implementation of OneKey Recovery baked into the bios somehow that doesn't kaspersky internet security 2012 full blogspot require Windows to run, and allows you to restore from the factory image (i.e.Or are they exactly the same?Or will it perform a clean installation of Windows 10?Or is there always a way to restore to the factory.1 installation, regardless of whether the OneKey recovery software is installed on Windows or not?If "Reset this PC" will reset to a clean Windows 10, what are the differences between resetting this way, and doing a full clean install using a bootable media containing the Windows 10 ISO?Lenovo Ideapad Z570, windows 7SP1 x64, oneKey Recovery.0.1628.Any clarification on any of this would be much appreciated - I want to fully understand the whole recovery process within Windows 10 before I upgrade.
Factory Windows.1 or Windows 10?
TL;DR - As OneKey Recovery doesn't exist in Windows 10, can I still recover to the factory Windows.1 image?