A computer that frequently pops up error messages at you is a computer that is looking for attention. Yes, there are times when error messages are meaningful and are accurately telling you you’ve done something wrong such as loaded on a file that’s incompatible with your Word document or you or tried to perform an operation your computer is incapable of performing.
However, most times error messages are not really accurate and are giving you messages about stuff you didn’t really do. What really is behind the error message is that there is something not quite right with your Windows operating system. Yes, error messages are about operating system problems and not about computer problems per se. In other words, an error message wouldn’t mean that you need to add more RAM or that there is some problem with your motherboard. They mean that Windows is not operating up to par.
The part of Windows error messages are pointing to is its registry. Every Windows operating system has a registry and when the registry becomes corrupt, or mildly damaged in any way, it directs your computer to do operations that are inappropriate. So, your computer’s response is popping an error message out on your screen and that error message doesn’t always make sense.
What computer error messages are really saying is this: “There is something wrong with my registry and if you would run a registry cleaner you would fix it and I would no longer have to pop up these useless messages. So please run a registry cleaner pretty soon so that I can operate at my best once again.”
Running a registry cleaner and will stop errant error messages and just about 100% of the time. If a registry cleaner doesn’t stop error messages is really time to take heed of the message that keeps popping up and digest whatever that messages telling you. Often this message will be in regards to a program you have installed which has gone wrong in much the same way a Windows registry becomes damaged. However a registry cleaner will not take care of a problem inside external software that has been installed onto the Windows system.
In such a case, you would need to reinstall the program that was causing problems. In any event, running a registry cleaner periodically is a wise thing for any computer user to do. It keeps corruption from building up inside the Windows registry which will keep the computer running at full speed and stop those annoying error messages. This is true whether the Windows operating system is an old clunker like Windows 98, a brand-new flame throwing Windows 7 OS or any operating system in between.
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