Windows 10 – Troubleshooting

Last updated on September 25th, 2021 at 08:56 pm

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If you would like to run your own troubleshooting on Windows 10, then you can do this by going through the Control Panel and selecting the Troubleshooting option.

To get into the Control Panel, simply right click on the Start Menu button at the bottom left and select Control Panel.

When you open the Control Panel, click on the Troubleshooting option and you can then click on “View all” on the left side menu to display all options available:

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