Common Windows Problems and Solutions!

Windows errors that occur in unexpected moments and unavailable solutions get on our nerves and cause the work to be longer than expected. The help assistance mostly offer general solutions. Here are the solutions for the common problems of Windows that you can solve by yourself, without asking for help from anyone.

Some of the solution methods we promise will take your time. Before you try these solutions, restart your computer. If you have not restarted your computer for a long time, some of the problems can be destroyed by restarting.

DLL errors are among the most common errors of Windows. Sometimes you get an error message saying a particular program has not started because “.DLL file is missing“. In this case, it may not be a good idea to browse and download this .dll file from the internet. DLL sites mostly do not offer up-to-date files. You can even download a malicious .dll file. Instead of downloading an up-to-date version, try removing the program and then reinstall it. But, before it will be a good idea to do a scan with Malwarebytes Free  in order to determine if these is virus behaving like a .dll file. If the problem is due to an imitator virus,

If the problem persists, you can try repairing corrupt files in Windows by using a command window having the sfc / scannow command administrator permissions.

Windows Update Error 0x80070057 can occur when a backup or Windows setup fails. You can try to change the name of the Software Distribution folder, edit several registry keys, and try to modify the corrupted files.

Security certificates help you to connect securely to your web sites. If you visit a secure (HTTPS) website and you experience an incompatibility, you may receive a Security Certificate Error saying the site may be unsafe. In fact, some of these mistakes may be true. If you have this error every time you enter the web site, the situation may not be related with an attack. Remember that certificate errors can occur because of the incorrect setting of your PC’s date. If you have a certificate error, fix the date and restart your pc.

When you click on some folders, Windows can prevent you by giving Access Blocked Errors saying you do not have the necessary permissions. If you find such a folder, click right on your mouse in File Explorer and select Properties item. Click the Security tab and click Advanced at the bottom. You will see the Owner item near the top of the window. Select the new owner by clicking the Change button here.

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