If your Windows 10 computer is giving you issues, there are several ways in which you can restore it to the original performance levels. It is common to have to fix your computer if you use it for anything online. As you know, there are viruses and malware everywhere, and no virus software can completely stop them all.
So instead of throwing your laptop or computer against the wall, follow the steps below. Start from the easiest and work your way to the hardest.
Removing A Bad Update
- Click on settings
- Click on Updates & Security
- Click on Windows Updates
- Click on View Your Updates History
- Click on the update and push Uninstall
That is all that there is to it. This would be used if you noticed that your computer has acted up just recently, after a new update. Remove the update and see if that was the problem. If it was, great. If not, you can reinstall it if you want and move on to the next option.
Use The Startup Repair Option
- Hold down the power button for 10 seconds so the device turns off.
- Press the power button again to turn it back on.
- At the first sign of the computer, start to uphold the power button down for 10 seconds to turn it back off.
- Hold the button again to turn it on.
- When it starts up again once again hold the power button down for 10 seconds to turn it back off.
- Press the power button down to restart the computer.
- Let it start completely this time.
- Once the screen comes up click on Advanced Options.
- When the next screen pops up click on Troubleshoot.
- Then click Advanced Options.
- Then click Startup Repair.
- Then click on Startup Repair.
That is the uncomplicated way to access your startup repair options that are built into the computer. That may do the trick, but if not, you know what to do.
Use Your Last Restore Point
- In the search box on the taskbar type in Control Panel.
- In the control panel search box type in Recovery.
- Select the Open System Recovery choice.
- Click on Next.
- Select the restore point that you want to go back to.
- Select Scan For Affected Programs.
- If you are all right with what will be changed click on Close.
- Click on Next.
- Click on Finish.
If that does not work still you will want to repair the disk boot failure on Windows 10. The best way to do this is to invest in some software that will access the problem and fix it.
Use The Software That Was Purchased
Follow the instructions for the Program that You Purchased.
That should have done it. The software should be able to finish repairing and restoring your computer if the first couple of steps did not work. Remember to follow the directions that are given when using the software. Step by step. Do not ever skip over any of the steps. Even if you think it is pointless, do it anyway. It was included for a reason.
Many devices today are built with advanced technology and will work for years without ever having any problems with them. Things do happen, though. If it has happened to you, remember not to throw your computer against the wall. Or worse yet, throw it to the ground and stomp on it. More than likely, it is an easy fix that you can do yourself. If not, back it up and take the laptop down to your nearest repair shop and pay them the money to put it back to normal.