[My Windows]Troubleshoot Windows 7

Microsoft on regular basis launches new operating systems to provide you fast, secure, robust, reliable, and user-friendly working environment. Windows 7 is the latest OS from Microsoft as a successor of Windows Vista. Microsoft has designed Windows 7 to provide you a media, which is faster and easily configurable than the previous releases of operating system i.e. Vista. Users of Windows 7 are quite appreciating this new operating system; however, they are also dealing with few of the easily resolvable issues in Windows 7:

    * It does not perfectly detect multiple hard disk partitions on multi-boot    computers i.e. computers where more than one operating systems are running.
    * It has problem in automatic detection and configuration of Wireless Network Adapter.
    * It also has some sound related problems with its media player. When you play MP3 files in Windows 7 media player then Windows Media Center libraries loss some sound due to which you do not get the real pleasure of listening music.
    * It does not by default support earlier software file versions.
    * IE 8 in Windows 7 may not support all.html pages.

These are few of the common issues amid others in Windows 7. However, these issues are easily resolvable. In Windows 7 troubleshooting these types of issues is easier than the previous Windows operating systems. Windows 7 provides a utility called Windows 7 Troubleshooting, which works as a troubleshooter for Windows 7 users. The Windows 7 Troubleshooting utility provides you with various categories to diagnose and automatically resolve the common issues of Windows 7. This article lets you know that how you can troubleshoot issues in this latest release of Windows operating system. Following steps help you in accessing the Windows 7 Troubleshooting utility:

   1. Click Start > Control Panel. The Control Panel window appears.
   2. Double-click the Troubleshooting option. The Troubleshoot computer          problems window opens where you see various categories to automatically resolve different Windows 7 related issues.
   3. Select the required category to fix the issue.

This is how you can access the Windows 7 Troubleshooting utility to troubleshoot common operating system related errors. Another way to access the Windows 7 Troubleshooting utility is click Start > type troubleshoot in the search box just below the All Programs field and press the ENTER key. As soon as you press the ENTER key, the Troubleshoot Windows Problem window opens from where you can continue fixing your problem. is not it easy to troubleshoot Windows 7 than earlier versions? If you think that this article is helpful for you then let me know that so that I can come with more useful articles for you guys.

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