erasing personal info and settings in windows 10

Hi friends,
Briefly stated,I am giving my current pc running windows 10 to my great grandson since I have bought a larger one for myself,my question is hopefully simple.I would very much appreciate a simple answer on how to remove ALL traces of my presence on the pc I am giving him.I upgraded this pc from 8.1 to 10 2 months ago,it works ok it is just a little small and slow for me.I would appreciate an answer that keeps this OS,and doesn't mess with my new PC,in other words can I give him a clean windows 10 pc that has no tie ins to me?

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Did you try Windows 10's own reset?
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Here's what I'd do.

First download the Windows 10 install ISO or flash drive system. Then save all your device drivers. Then boot from the Win 10 you downloaded, tell it to format the C: drive and reinstall Windows 10. After that reinstall the drivers and any applications (e.g. Office).
If hadn't upgraded to 10, you could've restored to factory settings, but after the upgrade, you'll likely need to do the above.
Good luck.

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