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How to Shut Down Windows Error Reporting (WER) in Windows Vista?
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Posted March 26, 2012 at 10:15AM
For starters, let’s know something on Windows Error Reporting. Windows Error Reporting, in a nutshell of WER, is often a computer crash reporting technology on Windows. Whenever your PC or some programs crash, Windows Error Reporting will automatically collect and call to mind sending post-error debug information by the Internet on the develop from the application which crashes or stops responding or working. General speaking, Windows Error Reporting is very good on your computer.
While, most individuals don't this way function on considering privacy protections, or discover connected to the Internet all the time, or maybe fell annoying on it. Do not concern yourself! It's very very easy to disable the Windows Error Reporting on Windows Vista.
The best way to tips are as below:
1.Move your mouse to begin button, and open Cpanel.
2.Click System and Maintenance.
3.Click Stories About Failures and Solutions.
4.From the pop-up Problem Reports and Solutions box, consider Change settings.
5.Here you'll be able to choose %u201CCheck for solution automatically%u201D (the default option) or Ask me to check if an issue occurs. If you choose Ask me to check if a difficulty occurs, you will preserve Windows Error Reporting enabled but disable Windows Vista to notify Microsoft automatically about such issue.
6.Click Advanced Settings. In the Advanced settings for problem reporting window, under the For my program, problem reporting is: heading, select Off.
7.Click OK, OK and Close step by step based on the wizard.
8.Finally close the situation Reports and Solutions and Control Panel boxes.
Now, you've successfully de-activate and disable the Windows Error Reporting application and luxuriate in a CLEAN, FAST computer!
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Posted March 26, 2012 at 9:26PM
What is this doing here ???? Looks like spam although the links do not work !
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