I’ve noticed one thing in common. Troubleshooting computers is not an easy task, especially for those who use computer for general purposes and nothing too geeky.

For some it’s as easy as swallowing a piece of cake, but there are lot out there for who it is like, looking for a needle in a haystack.

I thought about adressing this issue and hence starting with a new category “Troubleshooting computers“, where I’ll put things I have an idea about, discuss and help readers with their problems. Not that this will be the ultimate place where you’ll find solution for all your problems, but with some help you’ll be able to swing things your way and make things work better and meanwhile it’ll be a learning experience for me as well.

Here, I’ll discuss things that you should consider before wetting your feet with silicon chips and circuits.

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  1. I monitor many of my client systems with WinDiagnostic. This System Auditer provides PC agents that remotely monitor both the Windows Registry and all file systems for changes. Generally, I see at least a 50% reduction in problem diagnosis efforts.

    See WinDiagnostic

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