In the BUILD keynote, Steve Sinofsky talked about the refresh and reset capabilities in Windows 8.
He noted that if you do a refresh, your data and your Metro style apps remain untouched, but you lose any classic desktop apps you've installed. However he also said there would be a tool to 're-baseline' your PC so that the refresh would return it to that point - and presumably that would include any classic desktop apps installed at the time of baseline.
So, my question is: has anyone found this baselining utility yet? I suspect it may be rolled into dism.exe but I have yet to find the magic formula.
This question is not answered in the BUILD conference video: Understanding Push Button Reset. I have googled and binged fairly exhaustively ... so far, no specific answers to be found.