Microsoft is working on a new tool to clean install Windows 10

Microsoft is reportedly working on a new tool for clean installing Windows 10. As elaborated on in the Community forums, the new tool will provide users with a simple way to install Windows 10 on their computers.

The Program Manager on the Windows Insider Engineering team, Jason, recently shared the information with forum users:

“Hello Windows Insiders!

Want a simple and easy way to start fresh with a clean installation of Windows?  Looking for an easy way to do this?  We’re working on a tool to make this possible.

Final testing and validation is underway and we will want your feedback once it is ready to go!  Stay tuned for additional information as we work through the finishing touches.

And as always, thank you for being Windows Insiders!

– Jason”

Since Jason mentioned that Microsoft wants user feedback, we assume the tool will be released to Windows Insiders first. Also, as it is in the later development phase, we expect Microsoft to provide more details about the Windows 10 clean install tool very soon.

The Media Creation tool for Windows 10 is already available, and we assume the new tool will be different and will feature a grater number of options outside the ability to mount the Windows 10 ISO image.

We don’t exactly know how the tool will work, we don’t know its name, and its release date is still unknown. As soon as Microsoft provides more info about the tool, we’ll make sure to get you updated.

What do you think: how will the alleged Windows 10 clean install tool work? Tell us your opinion in the comments!

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