If using Windows on a day-to-day basis assures us that we are going to have problems. Although it is sad to think about it, it is a reality. And it is that the Microsoft operating system, in one way or another, will end up failing when using certain tools or functions. The important thing is not that Windows fails, we already take that for granted. The important thing is that we know how to reduce the probability and the frequency with which it does so. And also that, when it does, we know how to fix these problems.
There are many tricks that help us reduce the probability of our computer crashing. For example, installing all updates from Windows Update can fix bugs before they affect us. Or also restarting the computer from time to time will help, when reloading the kernel, we do not have so many problems.
But, if we want to be covered, the following programs can also be very helpful.
IObit Driver Booster
The first of the programs that we are going to talk about is this already well-known software that we have already talked about on other occasions. The main objective of this program is to help us keep all the drivers of our computer up to date in order to take full advantage of it and prevent an error from causing problems on the PC. But not only that, but it also has a section where we will find a series of tools with which we can solve different errors and problems that we can find on the PC.
All you have to do is launch the appropriate tool for this program to analyze your computer, look for problems and solve them.
This program, developed by The Windows Club, is also focused on helping us detect and solve all kinds of problems that we may come across on a day-to-day basis when working with the computer. Its entire structure is divided into 6 sections, and within each of them we can find their respective corrections depending on the problem we are having.
Thanks to this software we will be able to solve all kinds of problems, from Internet and connectivity failures to much more complex errors related to the system. Of course, although it could work with Windows 11, it is developed with Windows 10 in mind.
Finally, there are times when we look for solutions in third-party programs and forget about the excellent troubleshooters that are included by default in Windows. Within the configuration panel we can find these tools that will allow us to analyze certain system functions in search of possible problems and, in the event that something does not work as it should, provide a solution.
These troubleshooters might even launch automatically if Windows itself detects that something isn’t working as it should. And, although they were totally useless and inefficient a long time ago, in Windows 10 and Windows 11 they do fulfill their mission very well. A recommended option, which is included within Windows itself, with which our PC will never fail again.