One of the hidden gems on Windows computers is the Reliability Monitor. This tool can help you detect problems on your system before it is too late. The Monitor is hidden in the Control Panel > System and Security > Action Center > Reliability Monitor in some of the flavors of Windows, but the quickest way to unearth it on Windows 10 is to Windows Start / Search for “Reliability.” This should bring up a result to “View reliability history.” You can also find the tool by going to your Action Center > Maintenance, then under Check for Solutions to problem reports, click View reliability history.

Path to Reliability History

Control Panel > System and Security > Action Center > Maintenance > View reliability history

According Windows Help and Support, Reliability Monitor is an advanced tool that measures hardware and software problems and other changes to your computer. It provides a stability index that assesses your system’s overall stability on a scale from 1 to 10, 10 being the most stable. The history is presented such that, by selecting a specific period in time, you may review the specific hardware and software problems that have impacted your system.

Reliability and Problem History

A view of the Reliability and Problem History on Windows Server 2012

 

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