Windows 7 is regarded as the most popular operating system developed by Microsoft. It was released five years ago as the successor to Windows Vista, one of the most criticized Windows operating system. As compared to Windows Vista, Windows 7 faces fewer problems. Nevertheless, Microsoft admits that Windows 7 often becomes the target of frustrating bug issues.
The software giant’s 24×7 functioning Windows 7 tech support used to be the right place where users could go when their Windows 7 PC faced unknown problems. But Microsoft has dropped free tech support for the OS, as Windows 7 has exceeded its mainstream support period. The extended support is both limited and paid.
Dealing with bug issues in Windows 7
According to experts at Windows 7 tech support desk, Windows 7 OS is subject to numerous bug issues, but most of these issues are easily fixable.
Take for instance the volume dropping issue. Many Windows 7 users complain that their PC’s volume drops unexpectedly for unknown reasons. By default, Windows 7 sets the volume to lower level when a headset or audio output is connected to the device. This is to protect the ear of the user.
You can raise the volume to his taste manually. However, if the computer is infected by the volume dropping bug, you will not be able to raise the volume. By following the below simple steps, you can get rid of this bug and make your computer work normally again.
- Turn on your computer and navigate to the Start
- Choose Control Panel from the menu list that pops up.
- In the next window, navigate to the icon titled Sound and double-click on it to open. This will open a new pop-up box. Choose the tab labeled Communications and select the radio button labeled Do Nothing.
- Save the changes by clicking on the OK button, and close the Sound
- Connect your audio device or headphone to the PC, and raise the volume. Check if the problem is fixed now.
If you are faced with multiple bug issues in your Windows 7 computer, consider reinstalling the operating system. Make sure that you have got the Windows 7 installation disk. If you are not familiar with the OS reinstallation, seek the support of an expert.