In This Chapter
• Knowing How to Find and Use the Troubleshooting Wizards
• Using Task Manager to Halt a Program
• Where to Find Information About the Windows 8 System Installed on a User’s Computer
• Learning When and How to Use Refresh and Reset
Microsoft has invested tens of thousands of hours of testing to ensure Windows 8 runs properly. But with a system as complex as Windows 8, you can bet some issues snuck out the door. These issues aren’t limited to a feature not working. Sometimes a feature or capability is difficult to use, making it easy for a user to set up some aspect of Windows 8 the wrong way. The troubleshooting tools in Windows 8 can help solve some of those problems. In ...