In Windows 10 when you experience things like random reboots,freezing of your computer or when applications run very slow.
On facing such issues the basic thing to check is your memory and run a diagnostic on your PC.Windows has its own Memory Diagnostic tool to check your PC’s memory problems.
Here’s a step-by-step guide to run the Diagnostics:
STEP 1: Open Control Panel->Administrative Tools->Windows Memory Diagnostic or click Run and type mdsched.exe
Click the Restart now and check problems option.
STEP 2: Now after the reboot you will end up in the Diagnostics environment.
Here you will see 3 options: Standard,Basic and Extended with description of tests conducted in each of the three options
After selecting the options Click on F10 to Apply so that the scan will start
Checking Scan Results
As soon as the scan is completed the computer will restart automatically . To see the results we have to use the Event Viewer
To do this go to
- Start and search for Event Viewer
- Expand the Windows Logs
- Right-click on System and click on Find
- Type MemoryDiagnostics-Results and click Find Next
On Event Viewer click on MemoryDiagnostics source and check out the message.If the result reads “The Windows Memory Diagnostic tested the computer’s memory and detected no errors,” then you can discard memory as the problem.
If the message displays one or more errors then memory is the cause for your computer issues.
Windows Memory Diagnostic Tool is available for 10/8/7.
Windows 10 Start Menu has some cool options for better and personalized user experience.It displays Live Tiles which you can pin it on the taskbar and displays list of most used apps,folders and files.
To access go to Settings->Personalization->Start. Press Win+I for settings.
Here you will see features like Use Start full screen,Display Recently added apps,show more tiles and many more.
For more customization options click on Choose which folders appear on Start at the bottom where you can add or remove folders based on your personal preferences.
When you forget a password it becomes quite frustrating to deal with the situation. Microsoft has created a feature in all Windows with latest being the Windows 10 that allows users to save the password information about the user account in USB drive.
So to ease the process we need to create a password reset disk in Windows 10 which will require a USB flash drive (Pen Drive) or a SD card.
Important Note: Password Reset Disk works with Local Account of your PC and not a Microsoft account.
Create Password Reset Disk:
Now connect your USB drive to your PC.Press Win+X and select Control Panel.Go to User Accounts->User Accounts->create password reset disk. Now follow the Forgotten Password Wizard till its 100% complete then hit Next and now you’re ready with Password reset USB drive.
Now when you forget the password then how to reset it?
Here’s the step-by-step guide:
Step 1: Click on the Reset Password link which appears below the Password field area.
Step 2:The Password Reset Wizard will appear and insert the USB flash drive where you’ve stored the password information.Follow the steps of the wizard until its complete.(You can reset the password to new or blank).
Now as you’ve changed the password do not forget take the backup in Pendrive.