Windows 7 Action Center 'A hub for troubleshooting' issues

“Action Center” is the hub in Windows 7 for finding and resolving issues related to your PC. As a first step, you should always check if there’re any problem reports or solutions already available. Action Center can be accessed from notification area on task bar. Action Center provides two additional options: “Troubleshooting and Recovery”. First […]

“Action Center” is the hub in Windows 7 for finding and resolving issues related to your PC. As a first step, you should always check if there’re any problem reports or solutions already available. Action Center can be accessed from notification area on task bar. Action Center provides two additional options: “Troubleshooting and Recovery”. First option provides tools for diagnosing various computer problems, ranging from Aero disabled to program compatibility issues, and guide you through additional steps such as Remote Assistant if problem couldn’t be resolved. Second, attempts to fix issue by restoring 'state of your operating system' back to an earlier point in time, known as a restore point, without affecting personal files. You can access System Restore even if your computer is unable to boot into OS. When that occurs, start your computer and hold down F8 to access recovery option menu where System Restore will be one of the options available. However one thing you should keep in mind is that System Restore initiated from a non-bootable OS will not’ve option to undo operation, though you may be able to attempt to restore to other restore points.”