Windows 10 now allows users to set the operating system to fix common problems automatically. This not only saves time it also ensures that small issues are nipped in the bud before they grow to cause serious harm to the stability of your Windows 10 PC. This feature detects common problems and solves them by applying recommended fixes. Here is how to enable the feature on your desktop PC, laptop or tablet.
There is a new option in the Troubleshoot page of the Settings app on Windows 10. You can use this feature to set the operating system to quickly analyze and fix various problems. There is no need to find and apply fixes yourself because Windows 10 does that for you now.
The troubleshoot is easy to use but not everyone knows that this feature is available. So to make it easier for users to access this, starting with the Redstone 5 version 1809 you no longer have to troubleshoot and fix problems on Windows 10 manually.
In the Troubleshoot page, there is a new feature that automates the process allowing Windows 10 to automatically apply fixes to common problems to keep your device healthy.
In this guide, you’ll learn the steps to enable or disable the troubleshoot feature on Windows 10. Microsoft recommends to keep this feature enabled in order to ensure that your system performs efficiently for longer period.
How to enable troubleshooting feature on Windows 10
Follow these steps if you want the operating system to automatically detect common issues as they occur and immediately recommend and implement fixes before they mutate into something serious.
1 – Open Settings.
2 – Click on Update and security.
3 – Click on Troubleshoot.
4 – Turn on the “Recommended troubleshooting” toggle switch. You can leave the toggle switch off if you don’t want Windows to fix problems automatically.
Once you’ve completed the steps, Windows 10 will repair common issues automatically. To view which of the problems the system resolved on your behalf, click the View history link in settings.
The Recommended troubleshooting feature is available starting Windows 10 version 1809 and later. So if you don’t see it in the Settings app, it’s because you don’t have the supported version of Windows 10 on your device.