Run Microsoft Fix It and Stay away from the Puzzle of Computer Errors
Microsoft Windows 7 has completed 2 years in the market, and in the course of time it surpassed the previous Windows XP in April 2011. Supplemented with the Windows 7 Service Pack 1 it has become more reliable in terms of security and performance. If connecting HDMI audio devices, printing using the XPS Viewer and restoring previous folders in Windows Explorer after restarting interest you then the service pack is worth downloading. Besides, improving performance it makes the system stable, and secure against vulnerabilities. Read ahead, and know how to keep your Windows 7-based PC running to its optimum, and secure as well.
The system software is a real abode of striking features, such as Windows Touch, Remote Media Streaming, Windows Taskbar, Windows Search, Windows Live Essentials, a few to name; but if you are crazy for performance then disabling some least required like Search Indexing, Aero and other unwanted Visual Effects and Services will give you an edge in computing. Multiple startup programs slow down your system, so disable or uninstall those which are not in use. You can do it through the Windows Control Panel in a quick and easy manner.
However, if your system flashes errors then it’s essential to go in the deep to understand the crux. If you don’t have the desired expertise then running Microsoft Fix It or going for Microsoft Support will be a better option. Experts can unravel the fact by digging out information from the Windows Event Viewer and the Windows Registry settings and can manually detect and fix the pertaining system issues. However, being a user, its your utmost responsibility to keep a regular tap on the system performance. Periodically run Windows Defragmenter or Disk Clean up tool available under the Control Panel to avoid cluttering of the hard-disk with unused, broken, temporary or orphan files. Action Center often brings notifications related to security problems and suggests way to troubleshoot and fix those. You may run Microsoft Security Essentials to get rid of malicious programs from the machine.
User Account Control (UAC) is a salient feature which can check any unauthorized access of your system. Adjust the permission level through the UAC and it will make sure that your data is safe and secure. UAC notifies you, when your system is accessed through the administrator credential. Even a person with the admin power can’t have the full authority to do any changes in the files and folders that is already saved. Thus, it’s a pretty smart way to avoid data breaching from your system.
You can perform normal tasks such as Internet browsing, accessing emails, processing MS Office or other programs through normal account and critical task, such as installing a new program or changing a setting etc. through administrator account; Windows will prompt you for permission or an administrator password before performing the task.
Several third-party customer service providers have leaped into the computer tech support arena as well. Those working under the Microsoft Certified Partner Network are highly reliable. They have devoted Microsoft Help panel powered with experienced technicians to provide quick and easy technical assistance for MS Windows, MS Office, Internet, Windows Live Mail, Office 365 and more.
Most of the service providers work on 24/7 basis, to provide incessant technical support round-the-clock, and you call on Microsoft number any time for instant resolution. Also, you can download Microsoft products and get activation keys along with the unlimited support, and all with trust bounded with Service-Level-Agreement.
Jack K Wilson - About Author:
The author is a technician at Techvedic Technologies, a firm that delivers end to end Microsoft Support to clients. Online computer repair,Microsoft Number,computer technical support, Microsoft Help are few services offered at this one platform along with many others.
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