11 most common Windows 10 problems and their solution

Windows 10 continues to gain users at a higher rate than any previous Windows system. It already exceeds 150 million installations in just over two months. A predictable evolution, it is free for all those who have updated from Windows 7 or Windows 8.1.

Contrary to what happened with other systems such as Windows 95 or Windows Vista, Windows 10 has not presented serious malfunctions, beyond the expected incompatibility with some peripherals or components (such as certain NVIDIA cards or Realtek chips) that have been fixed with new drivers, and yes, some security problems.

Another bug that reached the front pages of the websites was the failure of Windows 10 that consumed all the RAM and CPU resources, due to an error in the notification system.

Every week, Microsoft has released Windows 10 updates that have corrected problems and added new features.

However, it is inevitable that a new system, during the first months of life, generates a bug in specific hardware combinations, in old equipment, with certain programs or under some conditions of use.

We are going to show you how to fix the best known bugs or Windows 10 bugs . If you have problems with your computer or Windows 10 does not offer the performance you expect, take a look at the list to see if you locate your issue. We also collect some tips to reduce the risk of faults or problems with Windows 10 . When the operating OS is well greased, it avoids many of the most common bugs.

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Problems with the installation

The first Windows 10 failures occur ... before installing Windows 10.

You may have legal and updated Windows 7 or Windows 8.1, but for some reason you don't see the notification to upgrade to Windows 10.

Or it turns out that on a certain computer you don't have Internet, and you can't download the update. How to install it?

They are very usual Windows 10 problems that, fortunately, are simple to solve.

How to force the Windows 10 update
First of all, you have to activate the automatic updates of Windows Update, an essential requirement to update the computer to  Windows 10.  So go to Windows Update or Check for Updates in Windows 7 or 8.1, and check the option of automatic updates.

Open File Explorer and enter the following address:  C: / Windows / SoftwareDistribution / Download . Once here, you must delete all the files contained in the folder to leave it completely empty.

Then open the CMD. From  Windows 7  all you have to do is search for "CMD"  from the start menu, while from Windows 8 the search is done from the Metro interface search engine.

Here we must write " wuauclt.exe / update now " but we will not press the Enter key yet, but we will return to Windows Update and click on " Check for updates ". Now, while you are searching, it is time to return to the command console and  press the Enter key .

Windows 10  will be automatically detected by Windows Update and will begin downloading.

How to upgrade to Windows 10 without the Internet

If you do not have online access on a specific PC, you can upgrade to Windows 10 using a system ISO stored on a DVD disc or on a USB flash drive. Note that it is possible that during installation you will be asked for the Windows 7 or Windows 8.1 key, so keep it handy.

What you have to do is download the ISO to another computer with the Internet, or ask an acquaintance to do it for you. You have to access the Windows 10 Download website through  and  download the ISO . You will see that there is a download tool that guides you throughout the process. Take the 64-bit version if you have a PC with less than 2 years. Otherwise, the 32-bit one.

Start the tool, select the language , the "Windows 10 Home " version and the  DVD or USB  in which you want to install it.

Now that we have the ISO, the next step will be to  start the PC with the USB or DVD inserted  so that the installer starts and we can  start the upgrade to Windows 10.

Boot problems

Does Windows 10 start very slow and sometimes even crashes while it starts?

You may have a program that is installed in memory when Windows starts and consumes resources that interfere with another application. There is a large amount of software that is installed in memory without your permission permanently, even if you only use that program once or twice a month ... Adobe, iTunes, Nero, usually use these practices.

Through the Windows 10 system tools we can remove these applications that we do not use often from startup , or delay their implementation for a few minutes so that they do not interfere with the computer startup.

Keep in mind that there are many other tools that are required to start with Windows, for example the graphics and sound card drivers (NVIDIA, AMD, SoundBlaster, etc.). Therefore, disable or delay only what you do not use often, such as iTunes, DVD recorder, PDF reader, etc.

The computer does not boot or crashes

 You have installed a new driver or program, and now the PC crashes and restarts, or does not start up directly, or shows a black screen. What can we do?

An item blocks the use or startup of Windows 10, so you have to repair it.

To do this you must do the following:

  • On another computer that works, go to Microsoft Windows 10 Official website and download the Windows 10 installation tool on a flash drive or DVD disc.
  • Insert the USB stick into the broken computer and then restart the computer.
  • On the Install Windows screen , select  Repair your computer . (If you do not see this screen, the PC may not be configured to boot from a drive. Check the manufacturer's information on the website about changing the boot order in the BIOS and then try another time).
  • On the  Choose an option screen , select  Troubleshoot . From there you can use the safe mode . Select  Advanced Options> Startup Settings> Restart.
  • Once the computer restarts, select 5 or F5 to restart your PC in Safe Mode with network functions . If the computer does not start in safe mode with network functions, try steps 2 and 4 again and, when the computer restarts, select 3 or F3 to Enable low resolution video mode.
  • Once the computer is in safe mode, open  Device Manager by typing  device  manager  in the search box on the taskbar, select Device Manager and the arrow to expand the Display Adapters . If you see two items in Display adapters, disable one of them. If there is only one, right-click on Properties and choose the option Revert to the previous controller . You can also uninstall and reinstall it.
  • Restart the computer for the changes to take effect.

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