Does your computer keep shutting down automatically for no reason? I find that many users do not know why the computer automatically shuts down while they are working something important on the PC. Yeah, this is quite a common phenomenon that users will encounter during the usage of the computer and some can even seriously cause data loss. But how can you optimize PC performance and prevent those unexpected computer shutdowns easily?
To prevent unexpected computer shutdown, directly hold Ctrl+Alt+Delete to open the Task Manager. Here, just go to Processes to see what are running in the background. Here, you can end all the unneeded running processes. This will most of the time release more available memory and prevent a computer automatically shuts down problem.
Then you need to regularly scan for virus. To effectively prevent unexpected shutdowns, it is still necessary for you to install an anti-virus program and regularly scan it for virus, which will protect it from being attached by any virus or malware. We know that once the computer is infected by a virus/malware, lots of resources will be taken when running it. So in my opinion, this is the one you need to do first in order to always optimize your computer to the top.
Thirdly, check your software and make sure they are working correctly, too. Software, especially the incompatible and unwanted ones will also cause computer shutdowns. To fix computer shutdowns, you still have to work from these aspects:
*Disable some unwanted startup items
* Check and uninstall some unwanted programs from the PC
* Uninstall the incompatible programs
* Timely update your software to the latest versions
Fourthly, do remember to use certified drivers maximally. Nowadays, a large amount of test drivers flood on the Internet, which increases the harder to discover the malfunction causes and results in slow computer performance and finally make the computer to shut down unexpectedly. So it is suggested to use the drivers that certified by Microsoft or released by official, especially the drive for graphic card.
If possible add more ram to the computer. These days, with resource hungry applications all over the Internet you really need at least 2 GB of RAM and a processor running at not much less than 2 GHz. If you do not have enough ram, the computer will run slowly as well as usually shuts down randomly without an obvious reason. To do this, simply click your Start menu and right click the My Computer icon and then click properties to see what kind of power you have under the hood.
However, the most important thing you should do is to fix Windows registry errors. Windows registry is the main component of the Windows-based operating system to ensure the smooth running of the computer and almost all applications on the PC. If you mistakenly deleted a system required entry from the computer, you will come to the chance to get kinds of computer errors including unexpected computer shutdowns. At this time, it is highly recommended that you can download and run an Registry Easy cleaner to scan and fix registry errors for you. It will thoroughly scan your whole PC and get rid of all errors insides the system, returning you a complete error-free system within clicks.
In my opinion, it is impossible for me to focus on more computer shutting down errors only in this article because so many issues can cause computer automatically shuts down problem. But I can say that, if you are able to keep on performing these steps in your daily life, you can easily prevent unexpected computer shutdown errors at ease. By the way, keep on reading my other posts, and you will also get some tips to optimize PC performance.
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