Saturday, January 22, 2011

How to Disable error Reporting in Windows 7

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Error Reporting helps Microsoft to gather technical information about serious errors from millions of computers all around the worls which helps them develop patches and service packs. However you can also disable it for private concerns.

STEPS TO DISABLE ERROR REPORTING IN WINDOWS 7:


1.Go to the Start menu and click Control Panel.

2.Click on System and Security and then Action Center.

3.In the Action Center window, click the Change Action Center Settings option on the left.



4.Click Problem Reporting Settings at the bottom of Change Action Settings window in Related Settings section.



5.Now Select "Never check for solutions" if you want to completely disable error reporting and "Each time a problem occurs, ask me before checking for solutions" if you want to prevent windows  from automatically notifying Microsoft about the error.It will ask every time when a problem occurs before reporting the issue to Microsoft.


6.Click ok to save the changes.

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