How to Use Reliability Monitor to Check Windows Stability in Windows 10
Windows is one of the popular desktop operating systems that are most widely used. They are frequently updating the old and add new features to it. Everybody knows that whenever a software company launched their new feature some it contains a bug. That is the reason Microsoft launch their frequent update without informing the user. and each update fixes previous update bugs and adds some additional features.
There are different type of error occur due to it, the most error is, Runtime error, Driver Errors, BSOD errors, virtual memory too low, fatal exception errors, and others. These types are nothing new for old users who face these types of errors. So that why Microsoft provides a build-in utility tool in window 10 which is known as ‘Reliability Monitor’.
The reliability monitor has a user-friendly interface and easy to use. It is used to monitor all software and hardware crashes report. It will record the detail of allows random shutdown, hardware errors system errors. Imagine your computer automatic shut off their display then it restarts, you are not sure about it what is the reason of this restart. You might start thinking that it a hardware problem or a software problem. So that the reason that tool add there to monitor the reason for these problems. It tracks the history of your computer and meantime.
So here in this article, I am going to show you how you can use Reliability Monitor, how to use it, and want kind of information it will give you.
How to Use the Reliability Monitor Tool in Windows 10
This utility tool is built-in in Windows. So how you can use it let’s see.
Step 1. First of all, open your windows search and type ‘Reliability Monitor’, you will found the app at the search result. Open it.
Step 2. When you open the Reliability Monitor it will take time to gather all information, so give time to complete the process.
Step 3. When the process complete it will show that result. In this result, you will see a red cross circle. This complete indication of the crash detail found on that day. It happened due to software or hardware failure.
Step 4. To view the detailed cause of the crash report, at the bottom there is the option to view all problem reports option. Click on it.
Step 6. If you want to see the detail of a specific crash event, then simply double click on the event.
That’s all. That’s how you can use the Reliability Monitor. I hope that you understand it well. Please with this cool built-in feature with others.