Problems of Windows 10 and Ways to Fix Them

After the quick leap from Windows 7 and 8, it seemed that Windows 10 would capture the market because of its flawless services and incredible features. Undoubtedly, it did capture, however, it’s not as flawless as the users were expecting. Quite similar to other OS, this one also failed to some extent, especially in terms of the performance. Probably this is the reason why users repeatedly face connectivity issues, sound problems and system slowdown errors.

Despite of the fact that Windows 10 has a few glitches, users can resolve the errors by giving a call to windows 10 support Number. As of now, you can go through some of the common problems and easy ways to fix them by reading the pointers below. Let’s take a quick look.

Wi-Fi Issues

One of the most common issues faced by the user after upgrading the OS to Windows 10 is the Wi-Fi connectivity issues. In most cases, the connection either keeps on disrupting or it becomes too weak that no one can perform even a single internet-based task on it. So, in such a case, you should disable Windows 10’s new Wi-Fi Sense feature, which makes it easier to connect to Wi-Fi networks around you.
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Missing Bookmark

Since you have recently downloaded the latest version of Windows, you might face difficulty in importing the previous ser bookmarks. In order to get them back, you need to follow certain steps. So, it’s advisable for you open up Edge, click the button in the upper right corner and go to Settings > Import favorites from another browser. Choose the browser you want to import your favorites from, click Import, and your bookmarks will appear.

Sound Issues

Apart from the above mentioned problems, users of Windows 10 all face issues with volume and sound, which makes it tough for them to watch movies, listen to songs or perform any other task. In order to avoid such situations, it’s better to change the bit rate settings. To do this, you have to right-click on the sound icon in the taskbar, and then go to the Playback Devices. Double-click on the playback device (meaning your speakers) you want to configure in order to open the Properties window. Now make sure that you go to Advanced > Default Format and change the bit rate to either 24 bit, 44100 Hz or24 bit, 192000 Hz, and then click  on OK.

As these are some minor problems and ways to fix them, you have to contact windows 10 customer service, in case if you are facing major issues. In order to avail their numbers, you can visit Contactforhelp, which is an online directory.

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