We have seen dism.exe and sfc.exe in earlier posts. However, there is another built-in tool which is called Windows Troubleshooters. If your network, sound, Internet, or drivers are not working - try Windows Troubleshooters at the very first instant.

In this article, we will focus on repairing windows problems with updates.

Repair Windows 10 Using Windows Troubleshooters

Step 1. Press windows key + X to open control panel.

Step 2. Click troubleshooting (search if it is not available).

Troubleshooting

Step 3. Click Fix problems with Windows Update under System.

Fix problemsStep 4. Click Next.

Click on Next button

Step 5. Wait for the wizard to finish.

 

How to Repair Windows 10 Using Windows Troubleshooters

One thought on “How to Repair Windows 10 Using Windows Troubleshooters

  • December 12, 2017 at 3:34 pm
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    You should also create a recovery disk. It’s pretty helpful in a plethora of situations.

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