Any personal computer is made out of electronic chips and circuits. But in order to make the work properly for the user an operating system is needed. In the world there currently are several operating systems manufacturers. From these, the most known and used operating system is the Windows, created by the Microsoft Corporation. Windows has the great advantage of being a very useful and user friendly system. Above the user friendly qualities, Windows is also very specialized (not as much as a Linux type of operating system, but enough). Among the operating system, a personal computer needs additional software too. And from time to time, this software gives errors, errors that should be corrected by repairing. Windows has a feature called Windows Software Repair, feature that allows it to “repair” damaged software parts.
Use Control Panel. The best way to use Windows Software Repair is from the Control Panel. Here you need to choose repair from the application’s menu. You have two possibilities; one would be to look in the upper part of the list. When you click on an installed application several options are highlighted in the upper part of the list. Here you will find the repair feature. The second option would be to right click the application from the installed programs list and check if it has repair available. Be careful though because some applications do not feature Windows Software Repair in their Control Panel Menu.
Use the installer. The Windows Software Repair might be available through the application’s installer. Just launch the executable file and wait for the menu. If you don’t see Repair anywhere it means only that the Windows Software Repair feature is not available through the respective installer.
Use the feature whenever possible. The Windows Software Repair feature should be used whenever you have the possibility. If you encounter errors during the normal use of the application, the first thing you need to do is to use the Windows Software Repair feature. This will surely make the executable run properly.
Update periodically. Every application has bugs. These bugs are fixed and sometimes features are added. This is how updates appear. Use any updater to keep your application up and running on the latest version. If your program doesn’t feature Windows Software Repair, maybe it will be added on a future update. The best practice is to use the program’s own updater.
Keep your operating system working. If you encounter any problems with the Windows Software Repair feature, the cause may be the operating system. You should repair it or reinstall it periodically. If you really want to have a perfectly tuned personal computer, the best practice is to keep the Windows installed every six months. This will not only help you get the latest Windows Software Repair kits, but will also make your current configuration work faster because it will not have enough time to get too loaded or have its registry filled.