I am very soon going to upgrade my partner's laptop from Windows 8.1 to Windows 10. I have already taken a system image as of about an hour ago and File History will be run one more time immediately prior to the upgrade to capture any user files that might have been changed.
I have already created a Win10 (Home 64-bit) System Repair Disc and the system being upgraded is also 64-bit. If disaster should strike I want to be able to recover using the system image. However, if in this case a Windows 10 System Repair Disc would boot and let me simply run the restore from system image process I really have no need to burn another System Repair Disc.
I know that under Windows 7 the System Repair Disc was pretty much "a rose is a rose is a rose" kind of thing. I could create one on any random Windows 7 system for use on any other random Windows 7 system if one were not already available. I'm just wondering if it's basically the same sort of situation in relation to the System Repair Disc for Win8.1 and Windows 10, where either one could be used to do a system image restore.