How to enable or disable automatic troubleshooting in Windows 10.

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DOWNLOADFour years have passed since the official release of Windows 10. During this time, Microsoft has released many small and major updates and has been able to fix most of the errors and known problems in the new system.

Windows 10 operating system is stable, faster and better than before. However, you may encounter a problem. For example, Windows 10 may not recognize the connected printer.

To help PC users quickly deal with common problems, Windows 10 contains several troubleshooting tools, more precisely, more than 15, and they can help you fix most known problems in a few minutes. You can find troubleshooting tools by going to SettingsUpdate and SecurityTroubleshoot.

Starting with Windows 10 Redstone 5 (version 1809), a new option has appeared that automatically performs troubleshooting for common problems on your PC. The “Recommended troubleshooting” feature is enabled by default and will automatically fix known issues, thereby avoiding manual editing of the system.

Keep your device in working condition by automatically applying recommended troubleshooting to known problems.

How to enable or disable automatic troubleshooting in Windows 10.

Note: This feature is only present in Windows 10 ISO Redstone 5 (version 1809) and later versions.

Step 1: Open the Settings by pressing the Win + I key combination and go to Update and SecurityTroubleshooting.

Step 2: In the “Recommended Troubleshooting” section, move the switch slider to “On” or “Off”. And your computer will automatically find and fix known problems and malfunctions.

You can open the “View Log” link to see if your PC has received any troubleshooting tips.