1. First, you should make sure that all necessary Windows updates have been installed; these updates can help fix system issues and improve the overall stability of Windows 10. To check for updates, open the Settings app, and then go to Update & Security > Windows Update. Click “Check for updates” and install any available updates.
2. If updating your system doesn’t work, try running the built-in troubleshooter. This can help pinpoint where the problem lies and suggest solutions. To launch the troubleshooter, go to Settings >Update & Security > Troubleshoot. You can also find it by searching for Troubleshoot in the Start menu.
3. If the troubleshooter doesn’t help, there are a few other methods you can try. For example, you can do an SFC scan to check for corrupted system files. To run an SFC scan, open the Command Prompt as an administrator, type sfc /scannow and press Enter.
4. Another useful tool is DISM. This stands for Deployment Image and Servicing Management, and it can be used to repair corrupted files and services. To launch DISM, open the Command Prompt as an administrator, and then type dism /online /cleanup-image /restorehealth and press Enter.
5. If you’re having hardware-related issues, you can use Device Manager to check for outdated or corrupt drivers. To access Device Manager, press Windows Key+X and select Device Manager. Here, you can check if any device has a yellow exclamation mark next to it, which indicates that the device driver is outdated or corrupt. You can then update the driver or uninstall it.
6. You can also reset Windows 10 to its original state, though this may remove some personal files. To reset Windows 10, open the Settings app, go to Update & Security > Recovery, and then click Get Started under Reset this PC.
7. Finally, if all else fails, you can try reinstalling Windows 10. To do this, you’ll need to create a bootable USB drive with the Windows 10 installation media and then boot your computer from it. Follow the on-screen instructions to reinstall Windows 10.
These are just some of the methods you can try when troubleshooting Windows 10. If nothing else works, you may need to contact Microsoft Support for further assistance.