This post is part of the 17 Tips Series on How to Make Windows Run Faster.
Error reporting is a feature used by Microsoft to collect data regarding actual errors faced by users on Windows. They claim that they use it to make Windows a better OS. The users can also access the error logs to find exactly what went wrong. This may be right, but I have found many users who find error reporting feature to be annoying. Besides this the error log is too GEEK to be easily understood by a common Windows users.
And most importantly, error reporting is a something which works against your efforts to make Windows run faster.
How to disable Error Reporting to Speedup Windows
A few simple steps…
- Click on Start > Control Panel.
- Click on System.
- Click on the Advanced tab.
- Click on the Error Reporting button.
- Select Disable error Reporting and press OK.
These small tweaks really work a lot towards improving the speed of Windows and make your windows run faster.
See also the other 16 tips to How to Make Windows Run Faster.