Category: .do fix stuff

If you experience problems on your PC, you can get useful and easy to understand information about crashes and errors from the Reliability Monitor.  To open this, search for reliability in the Start Menu.  This displays a graph showing different days, and events on your PC over…

Windows Update can sometimes be a pain.  While it’s both necessary and helpful to have security and stability updates automatically delivered to your PCs, this all too often results in restarts and downloads happening at the most unhelpful times. Fortunately it’s very easy to control…

When a new Feature Update is installed on your PC, a copy of your existing Windows installation is kept as a backup, just in case what is effectively a new version of Windows causes a problem and needs to be uninstalled.  This backup can take…

Windows Updates can be annoying, especially if you have a low-bandwidth Internet connection.  Fortunately Windows 10 includes controls to help you manage how you receive updates on your PCs, and from where they come.  Opening Settings and navigating to Update & Security and then Delivery Optimisation is…

If you have a PC with only limited storage, you can find that you keep running out of space when trying to install a new app.  This can be frustrating because often something else will need to be uninstalled or deleted.  Windows 10 includes a…

If you have a problem with your Windows PC, then there’s a handy tool that you can use to Reset the operating system to a fully-working state.  This tool will reinstall an up-to-date, working copy of the operating system, and will also keep your accounts, documents,…

Sometimes your PC gets cluttered with temporary and other unwanted and useless files. This can slow the PC down. Fortunately it’s easy and simple to get Windows to maintain itself, and stay speedy and clean, reducing the amount of disk space occupied by these unwanted…