In this chapter, you will learn how to
• Maintain Windows
• Optimize Windows
• Troubleshoot Windows
Every computer running a Windows operating system requires occasional optimization to keep the system running snappily, ongoing maintenance to make sure nothing goes wrong, and troubleshooting when the system doesn’t work correctly. Not that long ago, Windows had a bad rap as being difficult to maintain and challenging when troubleshooting problems. That’s no longer true. Microsoft used its decades of experience with operating systems to search for ways to make the tasks of maintaining and troubleshooting less onerous. They’ve done such a good job with the latest versions of Windows that, out of ...