Many people have asked me how to fix all the errors in Windows 10. There have been many reports of Windows 10’s error messages. I have compiled a list of the most common problems and how to fix them.
Users of the operating system Microsoft Windows 10 sometimes encounter errors. The developers of the operating system constantly adds new functions to the system, which, as a rule, does not cancel the previous ones.
Windows 10 is no exception. The OS has its own shortcomings.
The most common errors in windows 10 include the following
- The “button” on the screen – to turn off Bluetooth;
- The appearance of warning messages about viruses, including on secure sites;
- Not installed applications;
- The failure of the connection to Wi-Fi;
- The problem with updating the driver;
- Inability to resolve DNS and reverse DNS for your computer;
The problems are different, and each one needs to be resolved individually. We decided to publish a detailed guide that will help you solve any errors in Windows 10. We will start with the most common errors.
Another problem is with the Windows Store. It has been reported that the Windows Store fails to download and install apps and that it fails to download updates. There are a few steps to fix this: reset the Windows Store, delete the temporary files, and delete the downloaded files.
Unable to Restart
Another common problem is that pressing the power button does not turn off the computer. The first step is to press the power button, and if this does not work, one should hold it down for a few seconds. If the computer is still on, the problem is likely with the software, not the hardware. In this case, it is necessary to restart the computer.
-One way to restart the computer is to hold down the power button and the Alt button simultaneously. Another way is to hold down the Ctrl and Alt buttons and press the Delete key.
- If you are using Windows 10, you can try using the built-in troubleshooter.
- If you are still having problems, you can try using the System File Checker.
- To do this, open an administrator command prompt and type the following:
- sfc /scannow
- This will scan your system for any missing or corrupted system files and attempt to restore them.
- Type “cmd” into the search bar and open Command Prompt as an administrator.
- Next, type “sfc /scannow” and hit enter. This will scan your system for any corrupted files and attempt to fix them.
If the scan finds any corrupted files, it will automatically attempt to repair them.
If you are still having problems, it is recommended to run the Windows 10 troubleshooter.
- Open the Settings app.
- Navigate to Update & security > Windows Update.
- Click the Check for updates button.
- Windows will scan for updates and start downloading them.
- After the updates have been downloaded, the computer will restart and install them.
If you’re unable to access the Settings app, you can also reset your PC from the Windows Recovery Environment. See How to start or access the Windows Recovery Environment for more information.
Restart your computer. I hope all the errors will be resolved. Soon I publish the second part of this blog which includes some other errors in windows 10.
- Open Settings.
- Select Update & security.
- Select Troubleshoot.
- Select Windows 10 and then select Run the troubleshooter.
- Follow the on-screen instructions to troubleshoot and fix the problem.
- If you are still having problems, you can try resetting your PC.
- To reset your PC, select Start > Settings > Update & security > Recovery > Reset this PC.