How do I use git reset --hard HEAD to revert to a previous commit

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When I revert this commit:

git reset --hard HEAD

Git then returns:

HEAD is now at 820f417 micro

I know that git will track the changes o my app till I commit. What I want to know is how can I revert the files on my hard drive back to that previous commit?

May 15 in Git & GitHub by Kichu
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