Find out what's wrong on your Windows PC with whocrashed

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Philippe Gloaguen
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Find out what caused your Windows PC to crash with whocrashed: - Does your system shut down or show a blue screen suddenly? : - It would be great if you could see what caused the windows to fall. When a running out of system is managed efficiently, performance is sure to improve. You can check the reason for the crash using a free tool called 'Who crashed?'. As the name suggests, the tool is nothing more than a lifesaver for our PC. It tells you all the reasons why your system crashed, when it happened, why it happened, etc. Finding the root cause helps us eliminate the inevitable system crash. To get a detailed analysis of your system, you don't have to be a computer geek, you just have to review the report generated using 'WhoCrashed'.



What you want to do is simple. Download, install and run “WhoCrashed” on your PC.

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1.Download and install

You can download WhoCrashed from their home page.Click here to go to the download page. By scrolling down, you can see the download link as follows:

Select "Download Free Home Edition". Then the installation file named “whocrashedSetup.exe” will be downloaded automatically. Run the file and install the tool on your PC. Once the installation is complete, you can run the first scan.

2.WhoCrashed trend

When you open WhoCrashed, the following window will appear.

the. To scan your PC, choose the 'Scan' option from the toolbar.

ii. WhoCrashed then analyzes the PC and the report is prepared. Scroll down to see the report.



The report contains system information, crash dump analysis and conclusions.


ii. Once the analysis is done. Details of the dump file can be obtained in the 'dump file' tab.


then the details of the dump files will be displayed.

iv. Likewise, the details of the local drivers are available in the tab labeled “Local Drivers”.

iv. By clicking on “Options” in the toolbar, you can change various options such as whether you want to keep the memory dump, the maximum number of scan reports to display, etc.

click "Apply" to make changes.

By carefully examining the report, we can correct the reasons behind the incident. Countermeasures can be taken as the conclusion of the report suggests.

Keep analyzing your system and keep it safe. Don't forget to take action if you find flaws.

I wish you the best

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