Reliability monitor is a tool in Windows which Microsoft started shipping with Windows Vista. It’s a toned down version of the Event Viewer, which we talked about in our shutdown time post. You can check application failures and other critical system errors, and also try to find the solutions to those problems using this tool.
It mainly monitors application failures, Windows failures, miscellaneous failures, warnings and information. In this article, we’ll see where to find reliability monitor in Windows 7, how to analyze problems related to various programs using its interface, and also, how to check for solutions.
Here are the steps.
1. Type Action Center in the windows search bar and press enter. You’ll also find it in your notification area ( the flag shaped icon ).
Last updated on 07 February, 2022
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