The proper term would be "default settings". This is the settings on your computer when you first buy it.
In computer Language the meaning of "default" would mean standard settings, but the actual word has a different meaning when used in a general sentence, for example : He won that game by default. When you use default in that sentence it states that he won by fault, either penalty or whatever, but that is what default actually means, yet in the computer language it stands for standard settings basically.
What this does is that it resets windows to default. Just like formatting your computer.
The default speed was too slow for him.I need to restore my computer to the default factory settings.He won by default.
Nothing, the computer will run fine on the default settings usually.
Default Settings is an extremely helpful feature of any operating system. Reason being is because default settings are the original settings that is a standard the computer can operate CORRECTLY by. Altering settings for your use is at your own risk, but if anything ever gets out of place or anything doesn't function properly due to a change or graphically default settings resets it to the program standards that at most cases are operational to users. To make it all short, if users need to reset options or forgot/messed with a computer setting, default settings make it helpful to correct those problems! Hope this helps!
it stores in default drive i.e C drive
DHCP and configured as part of a workgroup.