Chapter 4: Diagnosing and Troubleshooting in the Windows OS
By Milan Kosanovi
Microsoft Windows is a huge piece of software. It has over 40 million lines of source code, which means it would take probably a couple of thousand years for a single programmer to develop it! You are using this Microsoft Windows, and what if something goes wrong and it stops working partly or fully? Obviously, it is not smart enough to repair itself since you have to read this section of the book, but are there many tools that can solve the problems for you so you do not have to have much technical knowledge about Windows. My experience tells that even the most sophisticated tools are useless if you do not have the technical knowledge you can find in this book. That will make you able to know how to eliminate potential causes, in simple words, make you know where the problem is not. That way you will solve the problems you never heard of and not just the ones you will find in this section. Okay, enough talk let us get to work. I will give you some general advice: make a backup, think, do not hurry when you do not know what may happen, it is too easy to make things worse then they are. Finally, be prepared to consult and search knowledge bases!
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