I had some issues with my laptop that seem fixed now (still getting some other errors and warnings though). When I do a sfc scan I get the message some files can't be repaired.
Someone suggested doing a clean install and I like the idea. My laptop is 7 years old, harddisk got replaced 5 years ago. After all those years it would be nice to have a Windows version that works well and hasn't files that can't be repaired.
Since I've never done a clean install I'm preparing what to expect. Should I back up any files other than my personal files and saved files from software? Should I do a back up of my system as it is now in case the clean install goes all kinds of wrong? Any other things I should consider or prepare for? Or any advice/tips?