In this article, we offer many ways to do what you need to do in Windows 7 and Windows Vista. Often, there may not be a Help topic for Windows XP, but the process is often the same as in Windows 7 or Windows Vista. The only difference is usually where to find the link in Control Panel. Most often, it’s just a matter of slightly different wording in the heading or the text describing the task. Don’t worry. If you search in Control Panel, you’ll usually find the link you need.
Here lists two of the common PC problems which we always met with in daily life.
If programs refuse to install, won't appear on your desktop, can't seem to run without freezing, don't load at a decent speed or function properly, or Internet access is unavailable, here's how to troubleshoot:
1. 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.
2.Uninstall or delete unwanted programs in Windows 7 or Windows Vista to cut down on clutter and remove any drain on your system's resources.
3.Disable programs you don't use to in Windows 7 or Windows Vista by preventing them from automatically loading when Windows starts. If you’re running Windows 7, restart your computer, and try the program again.
Should equipment fail to turn on, be recognized by your system, or function properly, follow these steps to address some of the most common hardware issues:1. Determine that equipment has been assembled correctly, by consulting your product manual or referencing the manufacturer's website.
2. Check to see whether equipment is properly connected to your PC by making sure all cables are securely plugged into the correct ports.
3. Confirm that you're using the latest drivers for your hardware. Manufacturers routinely issue patches to correct errors and inconsistencies that users encounter.
Windows Password Recovery Trouble
Well, except the troubles on software and hardware, there is also another main trouble which often makes annoying to Windows users if they forgot Windows password on Windows 7/Vista/XP. As the password plays an important part for files or data security. Thus how to fix up the situation? Is there any way to reset Windows password with ease? As is known that, a third party software Windows Password Unlocker can do well on this with a bootable CD/DVD/USB.