Windows 7 Support
Microsoft Corporation is without doubt one of the best software companies in the world. Microsoft is of course famous for many computing products, but they are most popular when it comes to a series of graphical interface Operating Systems named Windows. The software mammoth have developed many Operating Systems over the years, like Windows 95, Windows 98, Windows XP, Windows Vista, and Windows 7. Windows XP used to be the most popular operating system, which was created over a decade ago. Windows 7 is currently the most used and popular Windows OS.
In this Windows 7 help article, we would be discussing the three most common problems that the Windows 7 users face – from internet service interruptions to missing files – and how to fix or resolve each one of the problems.
Windows 7 help for fixing interrupted Internet service
Suppose, all of a sudden, you are not able access your e-mail or get on the internet even though you were able to access it yesterday. You may not have changed a single thing to warrant the appearance of this problem. You need not worry – probably nothing is wrong with Windows 7. However, your Internet Service provider (the place your computer connects to) might be having problems. You can just wait for few hours or call the service provider. You need not change any settings in Windows 7.
Cursor does not show or move
Windows 7 help
If you are not able to see any mouse cursor on the screen or the cursor does not move no matter how much you are moving the mouse, then all you have to do is shut down Windows 7, then make sure that the mouse is plugged in, and then restart the computer. If that does not work, you can flip the mouse over, use your fingernail to scrape off built-up gunk, and then wipe off the laser hatch with a Q-tip dipped in isopropyl alcohol. In case the cursor still does not move, you can get a new mouse.
Missing file or a file lost on the computer
Sometimes, it is very frustrating when you cannot find files that were sitting around just yesterday. Chances are that either it is in the Recycle bin, or you have dragged it somewhere accidentally. You need to double-click on the Recycle-bin icon, and if the file is present, you can then double-click on it, and then click Restore. If your file is not there, the click on Start, and type anything you can remember about the file into the Start Search box, and then press Enter.
Follow the above instructions and you’re good to go on the fixes for the common Windows 8 problems.
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