Windows 10 is constantly evolving and changing and a great many aspects of the operating system, including many associated with troubleshooting and repair, have been changed, removed, replaced, or expanded since the first edition of this book was published. This new edition is updated with a dedicated chapter on using scripting tools for troubleshooting along with numerous updates on Windows device and update installation, Microsoft Sysinternals Suite, and Troubleshooting malware attacks. Additionally, there is extensive coverage of the technical diagnosis and troubleshooting tools you need from Event Viewer to Recovery Console.
This book will help you discover the connections between different hardware and software in your devices, and how their bonds with external hardware, networks, and the Internet are more inter-dependent than you think. You will also learn how to support the increasing volume of home workers, and make sure they can stay online and active on PCs from your own organization or their own devices.
If you are fed up with those nagging, day-to-day issues, want to avoid costly repairs, or just want to learn more about how PCs work, Windows 10 Troubleshooting is your ideal one-stop guide to the Windows 10 operating system.
What You Will Learn
- Understand your PC’s ecosystem and how to connect the dots, so you can successfully track problems to their source
- Support home workers using PCs from your organization and family devices, and keep workers productive and online
- Make your PC safe and secure for family and everyone in your workplace, and ensure that data is kept secure from loss or attack
- Understand the threat from malware and viruses and a range of approaches to dealing with them, depending on the situation
- Know tips and tricks for researching difficult problems, including third-party tools and useful web resources
This Second Edition has been expanded and extensively revised with almost 300 pages of new content. You can buy this book from Amazon, and from all good booksellers.