If your main OS drive fails in Windows, it can take you a while to get back up to speed even if you have conventional backups. You’ll need to reinstall every app and configure each one to your liking. To avoid that, consider making system image backups. Here’s how to do it.
In Windows, a system image backup is an exact copy of your entire C: drive that contains your active installation of Windows, all of the apps you installed, and all the configuration and data files for those apps. They are preserved frozen in place as if encased perfectly in ice.