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Enable / Disable Windows 7 Error Reporting By dwarkarao
Windows 7 is better than its previous versions in almost each and every aspect. If you have been using Windows OS for long time, then you might be aware of “Windows Error Reporting” errors. No doubt, these errors are very annoying.
But coming to Windows 7, this reporting system is far more advanced. Instead of sending the error report directly, you can even take control over the type of data that is being sent with the report. This is surely a wonderful option. But if it still annoys like its orthodox versions, then you can even opt to disable the “Windows 7 Error Reporting.”It can be done by tweaking the settings in Local Group Policy Editor.
Below are the steps to ENABLE Windows 7 Error Reporting
1. Open the RUN command box, type “gpedit.msc” and press Enter key.
2. Now click on Computer Configuration and navigate it through Administrative Templates > Systems > Internet Communication Management
> Internet Communication Settings from the left panel.
3. Now right click on the option labeled as “Turn Off Windows Error Reporting” and then click on the option titled as ENABLE.
4. Click on OK button and then on APPLY button.
That is all.
NOTE: To Disable the same, follow the same step #1 and #2. And then when you right click on it, click on the option labeled as DISABLE.