Windows 10 comes with a number of built-in troubleshooters, they are small tools that you can run on your device to diagnose and automatically fix common problems for example Windows Update, Bluetooth, Network , printer etc. there are many ways to run any Troubleshooter .
If yo want to open Troubleshoot page in the Settings app please follow these steps.
1. Open Settings.
2. Click on Update & security.
3. Click on Troubleshoot and then choose additional Troubleshooters.
To get to the same page via a run command, use the following one ;
Troubleshooters can’t fix everything, but they’re a great place to start if you encounter a problem with your computer. Just Click on a troubleshooter you need and Follow the instructions provided in the troubleshooter wizard. If you wish you can add or remove Troubleshooters to the desktop context menu in Windows 10.
Add Windows Troubleshooters to your Desktop context menu
1. Download the ZIP file which located at the end of the page.
2. Extract it to any folder.
3. Use any of the following registry files ;
Add Troubleshooters To Desktop Context Menu.reg : It will add the Troubleshootes to your right click menu directly
Add Troubleshooters with Shift To Desktop Context Menu.reg : It will add the Troubleshootes to your SHIFT right click menu , it mean to see the troubleshooters you have to use Sfift key first and then right click to desktop
Remove Troubleshooters From Desktop Context Menu.reg : It will remove Troblesootes context menu from context menu.
The Registry files will add a new entry under the key HKEY_CLASSES_ROOT\DesktopBackground\Shell. This ensures that it is available to all users of the current Windows 10 instance. Adding Troubleshooters to Desktop context menu will greatly Simplify to access to them.
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Published on: Oct 31, 2020 – 24-06-2022