How to run Windows 10 troubleshooter automatically in 19H1

Microsoft rolls out a new feature that allows its users to run Windows 10 troubleshooter automatically in 19H1. This is designed to resolve several issues that occur arbitrarily on the System then start interrupting the same. In short, it keeps things under control so that you can do your task smoothly. This new feature will be available for Windows 10 users after May 2019 update.

Here, in this article, we will discuss on how to activate this automatic troubleshooter on your PC. It is quite easy to set this in-built troubleshooter by following below procedure

Run Windows 10 troubleshooter automatically in 19H1

Learn how to run windows 10 troubleshooter automatically in 19H1 using following steps-

At first, make a right click on Start Menu then select Settings.

This will invoke Settings window, tap Update & Security category here.

Now from the left column, select Troubleshoot followed by Recommended troubleshooting settings option on the right panel.

troubleshooter automatically in 19H1

Subsequently, three options will appear, choose any one of them to diagnose the issue at hand.

  1. Fix problems for me without asking
  2. Tell me when problems get fixed
  3. Ask me before fixing problems

Here, Fix problems for me without asking is the best way to avoid any trouble that pops up randomly on your System. In case you want to have the feedback related to an ongoing issues, select one of the rest two options.

Troubleshooting History

Another amazing feature of this tool is that it lets you see the detailed history of the bugs that ever occur on your PC. If you want to see this, click on the back arrow to revert back to the previous page.

Henceforth, select View history option under the Troubleshoot category.

troubleshooter automatically in 19H1

It will show the list of issues that you have previously encountered on your System. This certainly helps to fix re-occurring trouble which you have earlier solved.

Note: You can avail this feature only after upgrading your Windows device to May 2019 update.

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