Windows 10 Troubleshooting

Learn how to troubleshoot and repair any type of problem with Windows 10 PCs.
Course info
Rating
(70)
Level
Beginner
Updated
Oct 2, 2015
Duration
6h 2m
Table of contents
Preventing Disaster
Remotely Troubleshooting Windows 10
Diagnosing the Status of a Windows 10 PC
Finding Frozen Processes in Task Manager
Securing and Managing User Accounts
Maintaining Optimal Security on a PC
Undoing System Changes with System Restore
Undoing System Changes for a Non-bootable PC
Uninstalling Faulty Components in Diagnostic Mode
Repairing Software Compatibility Problems
Managing File, Folder, and Drive Sharing and Access Problems
Resetting Windows Components with the Automated Troubleshooters
Using the Event Viewer to Obtain Information About Errors
Cleaning and Maintaining a Windows 10 PC
Configuring and Managing Networking Problems
Securing Files by Managing Partitions and Disks
Using the Registry to Change the Behavior of Windows and Apps
Repairing Startup on a Non-booting PC
Troubleshooting Windows Drivers and Services
Troubleshooting Complex and Hardware Issues
Description
Course info
Rating
(70)
Level
Beginner
Updated
Oct 2, 2015
Duration
6h 2m
Description

Windows 10 is a hugely complicated operating system and the sheer volume of combinations of hardware, apps, and user experience can make diagnosing and repairing even the simplest problems difficult. In this course, you'll learn how to use the troubleshooting and diagnostic tools in Windows 10, how to support users remotely, how to repair common problems to get users working again quickly, and how to get started diagnosing the most difficult cases.

About the author
About the author

Mike was first awarded as a Microsoft MVP in 2011 and is a recognized technical expert in the Windows experience and troubleshooting with more than a dozen books published, including Beginning Windows 10 and Windows 10 Troubleshooting.

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