Although we know that windows 10 is a good operating software but every good thing comes with one or the another fault. So is the windows 10 software. It works smoothly and nicely but near the point where its repair is needed it starts misbehaving and working badly. Its working worsens.
When the windows start to misbehave it is the point where something to repair it should be done. Most of the repair techniques are mostly for the Windows 7 and Windows 8 versions but in this tex,t we will concentrate mainly on repairing the Windows 10 versions.
You need to follow certain set of steps. See if the first step works and if it does not work go for the next step and keep proceeding.
STEPS TO REPAIR WINDOWS
The most important thing you need to do before doing anything to your windows is that you need you backup your data before it is erased. Make a backup of all your important data and files that you would need in later stages and then go on following the other steps. This advice is helpful not only for this purpose, but also for your later circumstances, backup is very important to prevent yourself from losing the important stuff.
Below are the steps for you to follow:
Step 1: To use SFC and DISM
SFC is the system file checker which would help you to check, and scan all the system files. SFC would scan the files and if any of the files is corrupted or damaged or to be changed then it would replace the file by a better version. It can also repair the file if it finds the damage.
If we talk in terms of repair tools SFC is light but DISM is much better option as compared to SFC regarding power and performance. DISM is much easier in performance, it has the abilities to fix the faults and damages by itself which the SFC has detected but could not fix and alter.
Now you also need to run commands to proceed further. The command /check tell you about the damage, about the degree of damage, and if it can be repaired or not.
You can also use the /restorehealth to fix the damages for you but for this it would need a source to fix those which you need to provide by /source command.
Step 2: Restore Point
You can also try a certain used restore point. For this you need to search restore point in the search box. The system properties will open you the restore context in a tab. Now to see the restore point you need to go through the system wizard. It will bring to you a list of restore points go through them and check if there is any point you want to revert. It would hardly take 15 minutes for this process but it would become longer depending upon the number of items.
Step 3: Upgrade
Updating your windows would be the best option as it would run with the same versions of apps but it will improve the performance and fix the issues and damages. Before upgrading make sure you uninstall the antivirus from any third party system.
Step 4: Reset
You can also reset your windows to improve your performance and to fix the damages. To reset you need to settings, in the settings tab open the Update and security menu and click on start. This would restart the windows.
Step 5: Reinstalling windows
The last step and option would be to reinstall your windows 10 programs.
You can try any of the above to fix your issues.