After installing a fresh copy of Win 10, does Google Chrome still remember passwords? Most people would assume that the answer to this question is a definite “yes.” After all, who would design a program that requires us to type in our passwords at the very least once every couple of minutes?
The truth is, that program does not have to remind us to set our passwords. It only requires us to know that it exists. And while this program may be relatively new, it isn’t like old news. New programs are released each and every day. So, why the constant need to remind us to set our Windows password? After all, the purpose of this program is to protect our private information from being stolen or leaking out into the wrong hands.
So what is the cause of the issue?
The most likely scenario is that the Windows registry is not optimized for your PC. Just like with an automobile, if the car’s engine is running smoothly all the time but the wheels are screeching to a halt, the problem is not the engine. The problem is the wheels. If you don’t have the right tires on your car, it will go so smoothly that you may forget to put the gas cap on.
A similar analogy could be used for the Windows registry. When your computer boots up, the Windows registry tells your computer where to find programs and features to make your computer run smoothly. With such information residing in the registry, computers run like they should. Only, when such information is corrupted, everything stops working. This is where your computer becomes sluggish and confused, as well as unable to open programs or perform normal functions.
The registry errors are caused by invalid data. These data are either corrupt, missing or duplicated.
If a file is corrupted, it needs to be repaired or replaced because it is no longer needed. However, if a file is missing, it can’t be found and won’t replace itself automatically, so the data will stay invalid until it is found and replaced.
It is also important to keep a backup of all files, so just in case something goes wrong and one of those files is accidentally removed from your computer. Even the most updated programs and devices can experience problems, so it’s best to keep a backup of important files. Also, make sure to run antivirus and anti spyware programs regularly to protect your computer from viruses. Viruses can cause even the newest programs to crash or not run at all, so keeping them away is important.
Your printer should also be examined periodically to make sure that it isn’t causing damage to your print job.
Sometimes when you install new software, printers automatically install drivers, which can cause conflicts with older devices. Not all devices support the latest driver versions, and if yours does not, then your device could crash or run slowly. If your printer is showing any of these symptoms, make it a habit to run driver updates on a regular basis.
Installing software can be an exciting thing to do, but you don’t want to get caught up in something that causes more harm than good. Before you download anything, be sure to back up everything you are doing on your computer beforehand. If something does happen to your computer during the time you’re downloading, you’ll have some sort of recourse. Don’t wait until the last minute to back up all of your files. The last thing you want is to be uploading personal information and then having to spend hours trying to recover it.