Join Steve Fullmer for an in-depth discussion in this video Troubleshooting, part of Learning Windows 7.
- As an entry level or help desk support user…of Windows 7 or supporter of Windows 7,…one of the features you're most going to enjoy…is Windows 7 troubleshooting.…And we talked about action center in a prior lesson,…and in that just mentioned troubleshooting.…We gave you a little kind of a hint that it's there.…This is just a quick overview…of what's really possible with troubleshooting.…We're not teaching you how to create them,…although you can create troubleshooters,…if you have some PowerShell expertise.…What we're really going to do is just…give you a quick overview of what is troubleshooting…as embedded in Windows 7.…
And so, this is a slide of the default troubleshooters.…You have 20 plus troubleshooters…embedded into Windows 7 by default.…You have the ability to acquire more.…Microsoft pushes them out with essentially…the service packs or some of their patches…there's other troubleshooters built in.…You can build custom ones.…There's an entire industry, almost, out there…building PowerShell-based troubleshooters to help you…
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