For Windows 10 users, this can be quite troublesome, and today we’re going to show you how to accurately measure your PC’s strength.
- If you want to figure out how much RAM you have, make sure to check out our dedicated RAM section.
- There’s a lot to learn about your PC’s speed, so make sure you check out our dedicated System Speed Hub.
- Looking for more guides on how to fix various PC issues? Then make sure to bookmark our Windows 10 Troubleshooting Hub.
- Are you getting frustrated with your slow PC? Then check out our detailed PC Speed section for some useful tips.
Check if Windows Hardware Compatibility Troubleshooter fixes the problem
Press Windows Key + I to open the Settings app.
When the Settings app opens, navigate to the Update & Security section.
Now click on Troubleshoot from the menu on the left and choose Additional troubleshooters.
Select Windows Hardware Compatibility Troubleshooter and click Run the troubleshooter button.
Follow the instructions on the screen to complete the troubleshooter.
Use a third-party registry fixer
- Download a registry fixer from the internet.
- Run the registry fixer.
- Wait and let it scan your system for errors.
- Once it’s done, remove the registry fixer and reboot your PC.
Run the Windows Hardware Troubleshooter
- Press the Windows key + I to launch the Settings app.
- Select the Update & Security option.
- Click on Troubleshoot from the left pane.
- Select Additional troubleshooters on the right.
- Click on the Hardware and devices option.
Disable System Restore
- Press Windows Key + S and enter system restore. Now select Create a restore point from the list of results.
- When the System Properties window opens, click the System Restore button.
- When the System Restore window opens, click the Next button.
- Now click Choose a different restore point and check Show more restore points.
- When the list of available restore points appears, select a restore point from the dates listed and click Next.
- Restart your computer.