As a general rule, most users install the Windows operating system on the C: drive . It is on this drive that all system files will be stored and sometimes even mysterious folders appear for no reason. And that is precisely why you have come to this tutorial because the $SysReset folder in Windows 10 has appeared out of nowhere in C: and you want to know what it is and what it means , so let me tell you that you have come to the right place.
$SysReset What is it and what is it for?
The $SysReset folder in Windows 10 is created whenever there is a problem with system reset so fear not as this folder IS NOT A VIRUS . Due to this we will see how this folder appears in the unit where the operating system is located .
How to know if I have the $SysReset folder in Windows 10?
This folder is in hidden mode so you will have to activate the function of showing hidden elements in our file explorer, for this we must follow these steps:
- We enter our file explorer and select the unit in which we have Windows installed (as a general rule it is in C:). Once selected we go to the top and enter the tab that says “View” .
- We select «Hidden Elements» .
- In file explorer we will see if we have the $SysReset folder .
Can It Be Deleted Safely ?
This folder contains log files that will help us to know why the system failed to reset . But if you know what was the source of the error you can eliminate it without problems .
How to Remove $SysReset Quick and Easy
All we have to do is select the folder with the right mouse button and click on “Delete” , as in the photo.
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