Hello, world. I've been lurking on this forum for about 2 and a half years now, and I think I finally have something relevant enough to post! I've always been a big fan of Windows 8's factory reset feature. However, since I build my own computers, I don't have a built-in recovery partition. In effect, that means I have had to insert my Windows 8 install media (a DVD, of all things) to reset. Obviously, it's much more simple to obtain legitimate install media now, and having a Windows 8.1 install USB saves a lot of time, but that still isn't really an optimal way to reset. I've been testing the Windows 10 builds for a while, and this is the first time I noticed this happening. (build 10130) When I select the Reset option in Settings > Update & security > Recovery, it does not require installation media. More importantly, it keeps important drivers intact. This is a huge deal for me! I have a NVidia discrete video card, and normally after a reset I would have to reinstall those drivers while working at 800x600 resolution. Now, after a reset, the same driver version is still installed. Has anyone else noticed this? I haven't been able to find any similar observations anywhere else, so I hope I'm not missing something.