Windows Recovery Environment (RE) consists of multiple tools that help you to resolve any situation for which the device has stopped working or facing a problem. This Recovery Environment is an essential part of Windows 10. For any purpose if you want to check the status of Windows Recovery Environment (RE) or if you want to enable or disable it, this article is for you.
We are going to check the status of the Windows Recovery Environment. Then we are going to discuss the process of enabling or disabling the Windows Recovery Environment.
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Check Windows 10 Recovery Environment (RE) Status-
1. Press Windows key+R to launch Run terminal.
2. Here, just type “cmd” and then click on “OK“.
2. Now, in Command Prompt window, copy and paste this command and hit Enter.
As you can see that the “Windows RE status:” is labeled as “Enabled“. Check the RE status on your computer.
Disable Windows 10 Recovery Environment-
1. In Command Prompt window, copy and paste this command and hit Enter.
Windows Recovery Environment is disabled on your computer. You can check the status by following the previously mentioned status checking step-
Enable Windows Recovery Environment in Windows 10-
1. In order to enable the Windows RE, type this command in CMD and hit Enter to execute it.
Wait for a while for the command to be executed.
Windows Recovery Environment (RE) is enabled on your computer. You can check the status by following the previous mentioned status checking step-
As we have said earlier, the Windows Recovery Environment (RE) is an essential tool for your device. Many times as system crashes or fails due to unknown causes it becomes the last resort territory for the users to recover their computer. So, don’t disable the Windows RE. If you have temporarily disabled the Windows RE, then don’t forget to enable it again on your computer.
Sambit is a Mechanical Engineer By qualification who loves to write about Windows 10 and solutions to weirdest possible problems.