How to use the built in Troubleshooter in Windows 8 and 10
When working with a computer that is running Windows often have problems that prevent the operating system to work properly. Usually problems that are widespread, are called «common», «common» or «known». Specifically to address such issues, Microsoft offers to use the Troubleshooting tools that are built directly into the operating system. The principle of their work is that the tools check the settings by default, and if you found any discrepancies, they are trying to fix them and solve the problem automatically.
Windows 8.1 includes 20 Troubleshooting packs in Windows 10 they are a little more – 22. They are in Upravleniye Panel items control panel, type Troubleshooter , and are divided into several categories: «Software,» «Hardware and sound», «Network and Internet», «System and security».
If necessary, by clicking on the link «View all» to display all tools in a single window.
When using diagnostics to the user especially to do nothing. Each tool is accompanied by an intuitive wizard interface which the user needs to press a few buttons.
Use Troubleshooting tools
So, according to the problem you encountered, find the appropriate Troubleshooter and run it. For example, for solving problems with sound you use a tool called «sound Reproduction».
In the Troubleshooting window click «Advanced» and make sure you have marked the checkbox «Automatically apply corrections.» Then click Next to start the discovery process problems.
If problems are found, the tool will attempt to fix them automatically if possible.
Some problems can be found only if the tool runs with administrator rights. If Troubleshooting requires administrative rights, click «Run as administrator».
When the scan is complete, the wizard displays a report of detected and corrected the problems, if any.
Diagnostic packages are able to eliminate many, but not all problems, and in some cases may require action by the user.