Know ‘How-to-Fix’ Computer Issues
You go on getting and spending, seldom caring what you have been bestowed with. You are ready to spend bucks to repair your PC but don’t have time to look for free PC repair and maintenance tools which are built-in features of your Windows or Mac PC. Some can be used occasionally while others need to be used on regular basis to keep your machine running well. You may also get solutions from Microsoft Support and Apple Support portals, provided you have some fundamental knowledge regarding your machine.
Locating the problem is prime concern. Usually, error messages, symptoms or others pop-up before you are really caught into a serious problem. In fact, this is a language that your machine uses to communicate that there is something wrong with it. Copy the exact error message and navigate to the Microsoft Fix it Solution Center or Apple Support. To ease your search you should go in the desired product category and narrow down the search option with respect to version and model. In most of the cases you can find quick hot fix to end the problem. However, if you are not sure of the problem type then download
Microsoft Fix it Beta on your Windows-based system. It will automatically detect the issue, and will let you know what to do to fix computer problem, while running you may be prompted for setting up an account, or you can sign in with your Windows Live ID. Walk through your system yourself and figure out if the problem is related to hardware, software, or the operating system.
If you are encountering issues while installing and activating the software, or meanwhile your system become irresponsive then judge the compatibility aspect with the particular software. If it doesn't, consider upgrading it or give a try with another version. Check available hard drive space. Roughly 5 to 10 percent of your hard drive's total storage allotment should be left free to ensure optimum system performance in Windows 7 and Windows Vista, prevent crashes, and keep Windows running at top speed. Run Disk Cleanup to create more space on the hard-disk before installing any software. Navigate to the manufacturer website if the problem persists, it may suggest update or upgrade to address the issue. Use Disk Defragmenter tool to rearranges the data on your hard disk, you can schedule it for automatic scan as well.
System Management Controller (SMC) has an important role in troubleshooting Apple PC. Performance issues can baffle you a lot. However, there are a few important steps to boost up the speed. You can clean out Startup Items from Apple Menu > System Preferences > Accounts > Login Items. You may be surprised at how many there are. Turn off Universal Access, Bluetooth, Speech Recognition, and Internet Sharing if you don't use them, clean out 'Other' System Preferences and lean out unnecessary code.
Nowadays, you can avail computer technical support services from independent service providers, which generally work on 24/7 setup. These offer their services through e-mail, phone or remote-screen sharing. Thus, you don’t have to think too much.
Kellymarion - About Author:
The author is a technician at Techvedic Technologies, a firm that delivers end-to-end computer technical support to clients in US, UK and Canada. Setup and installation, PC repair and maintenance, virus and spyware removal, networking and troubleshooting are few services offered at this one platform along with many others. The PC help-desk setup works 24/7 to provide uninterrupted computing experience.
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