Troubleshooting issues in Windows® XP®
What problems can you face while using Windows XP?
Windows XP is a user friendly operating system. Although you may encounter various issues while working with it. Blue screen errors, freezing of system, process non- responsive problems and start up and shut down issues are the most common problems that may occur with Windows XP. If a blue screen occurs then the system will shut down unexpectedly. The frozen screen is the next issue that may occur with Windows XP. It is also similar to the blue screen problem but here you will not see any blue screen. A blank screen will be the result here. If a Windows XP system is functioning by using a lot of RAM, then a blank screen occurs.
Here are some of the ways to resolve issues in Windows XP:
- Use RegCure software
- Stop non-responsive programs
- Memory expansion
Use RegCure software
This is the method to resolve blue screen errors that occurs with Windows XP. This software is available in the internet. This software will help you to use the system in a normal condition without causing any such errors. It will scan the system and will remove issues within the operating system and the other parts of the system.
Stop non-responsive programs
You may have seen that some of the programs in the system are not respoding to various commands. These programs may prevent you from perform any other tasks in the system. Using Task Manager option in the system you can stop these programs. For this, open Task Manager by pressing the Ctrl, Alt, and Del keys together. Those processes can be stopped by selecting the 'End Process' option.
If the system lacks the memory, then you can expand it by upgrading the memory. This is a way to increase the memory in the system. The upgrade of memory will help you to improve the physical memory and thus the system can decrease the use of virtual memory.