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Run Troubleshooters using the Troubleshoot page in Windows 10 Settings

If you have installed Windows 10 v1703, you might have seen some new settings in the Settings app. This Settings app comes with a new option called Troubleshoot, which has some one-click solution to fix various problems related to your computer. Previously, one could access them via the Control Panel or download them fro the Microsoft website. However, Microsoft is now providing quite same functionality within the Windows 10 Settings app. So let us see how to access and use the Troubleshooters page in Windows 10 Settings to solve any problem.

Troubleshoot page in Windows 10

From this page you can easily access and run the following Windows Troubleshooters:

  1. Blue Screen Troubleshooter
  2. Bluetooth Troubleshooter
  3. Hardware Troubleshooter
  4. HomeGroup Troubleshooter
  5. Incoming Connections Troubleshooter
  6. Internet Connections Troubleshooter
  7. Keyboard Troubleshooter
  8. Network Adapter Troubleshooter
  9. Playing Audio Troubleshooter
  10. Printer Troubleshooter
  11. Power Troubleshooter
  12. Program Compatibility Troubleshooter
  13. Recording Audio Troubleshooter
  14. Search and Indexing Troubleshooter
  15. Shared Folders Troubleshooter
  16. Speech Troubleshooter
  17. Video Playback Troubleshooter
  18. Windows Update Troubleshooter
  19. Windows Store Apps Troubleshooter.

You can open the Troubleshoot page by pressing Win+I to open Settings > Update & security > Troubleshoot. Here, you will find two different headings called:

  1. Get up and running
  2. Find and fix other problems.

Both of them include different troubleshooters.

Get up and running:

Find and fix other problems:

Microsoft has done a very good thing by clubbing all the Troubleshooters together and making them easily accessible for a single page. So if you ever face any issues, the first thing you want to do is head over to this page and run the corresponding Troubleshooter. The next best thing of course, would be to search for Windows problems here on TWC. 😉