Windows 10 Questions regarding a laptop with liquid damage

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I have an Acer Predator Helios 300 laptop that's suffered fluid damage that I've gotten diagnosed. The SSD is okay, but the motherboard needs to be repaired or replaced, and some other parts may also be damaged. IIRC, Windows is built in to the computer.

Thankfully, I can easily afford to deal with this problem, whether by purchasing a new laptop or having this one fixed. What I would like to do is be able to start with as little adjustment as possible. Ideally, this would involve all my tabs and windows still being there, not having to reinstall any programs, all my temp files being present, etc.

What do you believe would be the solution that would require the least amount of adjustment?
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what task is this system aiming to do when you put it back together, are we talking gaming [other Gpu software] or just sending pdf to a printer?