Today we talk about “5 most common computer problems how to solve”. Nowadays computers are most important part of our daily life. If my computer going through a problem, I get panic and instantly call a mechanic. The mechanic comes and does something and computer got Recover. Isn’t it magical? You know what, sometimes troubles are too small that even we can solve it by yourself without given then money to the mechanic. So, let’s start “5 most common computer problems how to solve”.
5 most common computer problems
- The keyboard does not work.
- The mouse not working.
- The computer gone hang.
- The computer is slow.
- Installed software is not working properly/software is not responding.
- Sometimes the keyboard plug accidentally plugged out, First, check if the plug is connected properly or not.
- If you are using a wireless keyword check the batteries, try to change the batteries.
- Restart your computer.
- Go to the Control Panel, change the “View by:” to “category”, and click Ease of Access.
Click Change how your keyword works.
Check the box “Turn on Filters key”
- Sometimes the keyword driver needs to be Reinstall.
1. Go to start then click on Device Manager.
2. Expand the Keyboard menu. Right-click Standard PS/2 keyboard and uninstall.
3. Then install the driver.
- Sometimes this problem happens due to outdated keyword drive, need to update it, You can do this by going to the manufacturer website and search the driver.
- Sometimes the mouse plug accidentally plugged out, First, check if the plug is connected properly or not.
- Check if the cable/wire has been damaged. If so, it has to be replaced by new one.
- If you are using a wireless mouse, check the connection button is on.
- Sometimes this problem happens due to outdated mouse drive, need to update it, You can do this by going to the manufacturer website and search the driver.
- Disconnect the mouse cable from the connected port and connect it to a different port.
- Check if the USB port is ok, by connected with another mouse, if the new mouse is not working properly then the problem is with your USB port.
- Check there at least 400-500 MB of free hard drive space. To do so, Right click on My Computer or Computer. Then click on C drive. Select the Properties at the upper left-hand corner of the windows; this will display how much free and used space you have. to free some disk space:
– Empty recycle bin by right-clicking on the Recycle Bin icon then select Empty Recycle Bin.
– Move your images and videos to an external drive.
– Remove temporary files from. To do so,
->click on start then click on Run.
-> type “%temp%”
->a window will be open, delete the temp files.
– Remove temporary files from the internet. To do so:
->open Control Panel –> Network –>Internet –>Internet Options –>Select the General tag and Delete Browsing History.
– Perform disk cleanup. To do so:
->go to my computer select c drive by clicking once
-> select the property buttons at the top left of the window
->go to the tool tab and select run defragmentation.
-> unused programs that aren’t being used may run automatically behind the scenes whenever your computer starts, which can slow down the system. Remove these programs if you don’t need them anymore, or prevent from running when you start your computer turning off unused program services.
– Remove unused shortcuts from windows startup
-> click start button-> select all programs –>click startup
-> right-click the shortcuts that you don’t use anymore and click delete
-disable unused program service
->click start button –> control panel –> administrative tools –> service
->for each program /service that you are sure about that you do not need that anymore, click on the service, click the stop link, then double-click the service, choose startup type of disable, and click ok.
-Maybe it viruses that can slow down your computer. Installed an Anti-virus, and scan.
- press the ctrl, alt, and delete keys at the same time, it will open “the task manager” window, choose the program’s name, and hit the “end task” button.
- perform a hard reboot by simply pressing the on/off button to turn off the computer manually. This action should only be done as a last resort if you have an unresponsive program or critical error. This process could cause data loss or corruption.
- Once the computer is responding again, run a virus check.
- Verify your computer have the minimum requirements of the software.
- uninstall and install the program.
- The software might conflict with another software.
Here is “5 most common computer problems how to solve”. Thanks for reading.