Whenever the situation allows, PC fix specialists secure the PC client's information and settings. Following a fix, an ideal situation will give the client admittance to similar information and settings that were accessible to them before fix. To address a product issue, the specialist could make a move as minor as changing a solitary setting or they may beg more included procedures, for example, introducing, uninstalling, or reinstalling different programming bundles. Progressed programming fixes frequently include straightforwardly altering keys and qualities in the Windows Registry or running orders legitimately from the order brief.
A solid, however fairly more muddled technique for tending to programming issues is known as a framework reestablish (likewise alluded to as imaging, or potentially reimaging), in which the PC's unique establishment picture (counting working framework and unique applications) is reapplied to an arranged hard drive. Anything exceptional, for example, settings or individual records will be obliterated if not supported up on outside media, as this returns everything to its unique unused state. The PC expert can just reimage if there is a picture of the hard drive for that PC either in a different parcel or put away somewhere else.