Hi! Yes I agree that using Linux as a recovery tool will require some technical knowledge, but if you have data you need to recover, that is one way. If you can't boot into windows, you can try to get into the advanced startup mode where you can try a reset or a refresh. Here are the recovery options for W10. Here's link from MS Community.THe use of a Linux distro as a recovery tool is a great idea...but it does require some technical knowledge of Windows, Linux, and even about file systems to be a usable tool for non-technical people.
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