Surely, most, if not, all of us have experienced a system crash at least once in our life. As soon as we reboot the computer again, automatically we are asked if we want to send an error report to the Windows website. This is the Windows Error Reporting Service at work.
The process that invokes the reporting service is “wermgr.exe”. It also does the job of keeping system configuration logs whenever any process has to abruptly close, or worse, if the system crashes. It then displays a message containing the logs and then sends a report to Microsoft.
While inherently a useful tool, many users complain that it slows down the computer drastically. Continue reading How to Fix Windows Error Reporting Service Errors
“Propsys.dll” is a Windows system file formerly known as the “Windows Desktop search”.
A “propsys” error may happen when you see a “propsys.dll is missing” when you boot your system.
Here are some ways to resolve problems with the Propsys.dll file.
Replace the corrupted file
The Propsys error may be caused a corrupt file. Continue reading How to Fix Windows Desktop Search Errors
Viruses, trojans, and malwares nowadays are occupying our computer systems like wildfire. Posing as usual computer programs and processes, it is hard to know which ones are legit and which are doing silent damage. Some are even in disguise, with names that make them look like they are core processes, further bringing in confusion to regular computer users. It’s a big sigh of relief when anti-virus and anti-malware programs find and obliterate these harmful programs. But when these digital guardians are seemingly outsmarted (I.e. Continue reading How to Fix Desktop Window Manager Errors