Hi everyone. I have 2 drives on my PC, my C: boot drive where Windows 10 is installed, and my A: drive where all of my programs are installed. Windows 10 is playing up and I want to do a clean reinstall of Windows 10. However, is it possible to keep all of my programs over the reinstall, as they are not stored on the boot drive? I don't know too much about how Windows works (hence why I'm here) but I'm thinking something along these lines: 1) Backup part of Windows Registry as a file on A: (A part that tells windows what programs are installed, their serials and respective paths to their .exe) 2) Clean reinstall of Windows 10 on C: 3) Restore Registry from file on A: 4) Programs stored on A: continue to work on C:, when C: is booted Could I please have detailed instructions on how to do this, if it's possible please? Open to any ideas on how to keep programs over a reinstall. Thankyou.