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Restoring your system with a backup is extremely efficient and wise, because then you no longer have to “install a brand new system + install drivers + optimize/setup system + install all the common software”. Otherwise, the whole process is extremely time-consuming, boring, and annoying. In fact, I haven’t reinstalled my system in years, and have always used a backup of the system at its best state. This way, whenever the system appears all kinds of problems that are difficult to deal with, I just directly restore the system to its original best state.