The PC that self-heals: Windows is safe and fast

Computer problems are a nuisance. To avoid them, as a PC user, you should regularly delete the garbage. So you don’t have to worry about displaying a red warning on your C partition in Windows Explorer, indicating that it’s running out of free space. defragment the hard drive if you install such an old type of data storage device; Nowadays solid state drives dominate. Despite all the care it takes, you don’t always pick up everything when cleaning: some trash is left behind. The defragmentation that Windows 10 brings in System version 2004 (May 2020 Update) is said to suffer from some bugs.

The good news: Delegate many maintenance tasks to Windows. Thanks to the powerful onboard resources and offshore software, this isn’t rocket science. In theory, something could go wrong, but this is unlikely due to the sophisticated style of work. If you use the following tips in this article, it will work like this in the future: Your computer is consuming memory space without any action on your part. The registry cleans itself without any clicks, and the hard drive is defragmented regularly. Pests are nipped in the bud with on-demand autonomous sweeps. Updates reach the device effortlessly, drivers are always up to date, and backups are anyway. If problems arise, your computer will fix them before you get stuck. In addition, your device heals itself from changes made by children and visitors, for example. When you sign out or restart Windows, everything goes back to normal.

These programs keep your computer in good shape:

Tools for a self-repairing PC that is always in good condition

The record is always new

Self-healing PC: Windows 10 is always in perfect condition Thanks to Wise Registry Cleaner, you're always there with a clean registry.

Thanks to Wise Registry Cleaner, you are always there with a sparkling clean registry.

The Windows Registry is the central brain of Windows: the operating system stores its settings in it, externally installed programs and, to some surprise, even portable programs. But in the case of the latter, there are very few; One such example is Microsoft Sysinternals Suite with many utilities. If you uninstall an application or delete some files, then as a result some registry entries are often “quarantined” – as it is called in technical jargon. Simply put, entries become “redundant” because they indicate nothing. with the Wise registry cleaner (WRC) Registry cleaning. This is usually done more extensively than CCleaner. Then Windows is theoretically faster, more stable and, above all, uncluttered. You can automate the cleaning process with one trick. If you are logged into Windows, the wash cycle will take place without you having to do anything. Soon you’ll have a brilliant record – without ever opening WRC again.
How do I do it: Manufacturer’s documentation in English
Command line parameters
, also called media, which you can add to a WRC-EXE file to start automatic registry cleaning. This can be done in conjunction with Windows Task Planning (press Win-R, devmgmt.msc) to get a ballast-free registration database when the user logs in. Enthusiasts, for example, indicate in the task planning that they want to run WiseRegCleaner.exe at login, and add the “-a -safe” parameter. But why is it stressful when it could be easier? WRC has an option in its GUI that does the same thing. The best way to do this is to start Wise Registry Cleaner and move the slider in the bottom left. It jumps from “OFF” to “ON” and a window pops up. Then select the Weekly option after Check Status to open the drop-down menu. Click on “When you sign in” and confirm with “OK”. WRC is now creating a scheduled task. You will find it in the Taskchd.msc window under the name “Wise Registry Cleaner Schedule Task”. If you are logged into Windows from now on, the tuning tool will get your PC in good working order. In the end, a window at the bottom right shows you how many useless entries the program has thrown from the system database.

The operating system automatically solves problems as soon as they arise

Automatic problem-solving wizards have been part of the operating system since Windows 7. With the latest versions of Windows 10, there is no need to call an assistant: if desired, the operating system automatically intervenes in case of complications; See the “Windows Troubleshooter: Troubleshoot – Automatically” article. Short form (runs on Windows 10 21H1, May 2021 Update): Press Win-i and click Update & Security > Troubleshoot. In the list with four options, there are two options that work for you: “Run troubleshooters automatically, don’t notify” and “Run troubleshooters, then notify”. Choose one of them and close the window.
Self-repairing PC: Windows 10 is always in perfect condition. Newer versions of Windows 10 themselves are troubleshooters and promise to eliminate complications if a (No) notification appears.

Newer versions of Windows 10 consider themselves troubleshooters and promise to eliminate complications if notifications (no) appear.

Instant Recovery for Windows Nutzen

Self-repairing PC: Windows 10 is always in perfect condition.  Reboot Restore Rx is an alternative to Windows SteadyState, which Microsoft introduced as an instant recovery solution for Windows XP/Vista.

Reboot Restore Rx is an alternative to Windows SteadyState (formerly Microsoft Shared Computer Toolkit), which Microsoft offered as a kiosk-mode tool for Windows XP and Windows Vista.

Let’s move on to the most exciting part of this article: instant recovery. You freeze the state of your computer using a special program. If you restart it, the app will reset it to safe working state. A good solution for this is Restart Rx Recovery.

After activating the tool, you will find it in the Windows notification area. Now make one or more changes with locked Windows: for testing purposes, create new desktop folders, delete the Chromium Edge desktop shortcut, install an add-on in Google Chrome, and delete a browser bookmark in it. If you restart Windows, all of this will be rolled back. Even major intrusions like installing new Windows apps fade after a reboot. This solution is also not a panacea, but rather a complement to the tried and tested computer security measures: updates and backups should still be available. Because if your HDD or SSD fails, the best instant recovery won’t do you any good. If other users will be using your computer, resetting the user account might also be the best solution. If you want as much security as possible when browsing the Internet, it is better to use a virtual machine.

On the other hand, Instant Recovery is suitable for all those who want an extra dose of safety while maintaining comfort. It makes sense to turn off the Windows security switch from time to time during Reboot Restore Rx: you can interrupt and continue the protection via the context menu of the associated notification area icon. You can do this to install system updates and if you’re in the mood for new software – which you want to keep after installation and don’t want to get rid of it as part of a reboot.

Self-healing PC: Windows 10 always in perfect condition Reboot Restore Rx can be turned on and off via the notification area icon via the context menu.  This screen appears when your computer restarts.  Then the application resets Windows.

You turn on and off Reboot Restore Rx in the notification area icon using the context menu. When the computer restarts, this screen appears and the reset takes place.

Note: Indestructible PC also needs a few brainpower. In the past, users would sometimes recommend on forums
Brain.exe
. “Brain” is the English word for brain. So the recommendation is: turn on your mind when you use your computer every day. Those who are careless often do the same with free computer protection software as they do with purchased products. Some consider the person operating the machine to be the biggest uncertainty factor in a computer. If you are not aiming to infect your computer, it will hopefully remain safe for a long time. The same goes for garbage: if you don’t install new software every day (demo, beta, etc.), your computer will thank you for consistently high performance. Unnecessary autoruns and services are not created, and there is not a lot of file heaviness. If a useless buildup persists, it won’t last long with Reboot-Restore-Rx guard running.

Frank Mccarthy

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