How to Open Troubleshoot Settings in Windows 10

In this post you will see how to open the troubleshooting settings in Windows 10. Let us start.

Open Troubleshoot Settings in Windows 10

Method #1

Ms-settings:troubleshoot command can start troubleshoot settings, and you can use it in the following programs:

  • Run
  • Task Manager (in it, click File > Run new task to use the command)
  • File Explorer address bar
  • Address toolbar

Alternatively, you can use the command start ms-settings:troubleshoot to accomplish this task. You can use this command in the following programs:

  • Command Prompt
  • Windows PowerShell

Method #2

Step 1: Open Settings.

Step 2: Click Update & Security.

Step 3: Hit on Troubleshoot from the left sidebar.

Alternative Method: Enter troubleshoot in the Settings search box and select Troubleshoot settings in the search results.

Method #3

Open the Start menu.

Enter troubleshoot.

You can see the Troubleshoot settings in the search results. Hit it.

Create a shortcut for troubleshoot settings

Follow the steps below to create a troubleshoot settings shortcut on your Windows 10 desktop or File Explorer.

Right-click on the blank area of the Desktop or File Explorer.

Move the mouse over “New” in the context menu and press “Shortcut.”

Enter ms-settings:troubleshoot in the “Create Shortcut” pop-up window. Click the “Next” button.

Specify the shortcut name if you don’t like the suggested one.

Click the “Finish” button.