A Windows Event is exactly what it sounds like: something that happened on your system that you may want to know about.
The same problem could pop up on occasion, even on gadgets that are working well, and disappear on its own.
Likely rebooting the system takes care of the issue.
Whether your gadget is not working at all or it's just running super slow can really be a setback. Troubleshooting issues might be difficult for the not-so-tech-savvy person. Before doing so, it's best to know exactly what the problem is so you can easily describe it to the tech.
Sometimes when PC issues occur we need to contact a professional for help.
The Reliability Monitor will open as soon as you do that.
It looks like this: In the example shown above, you see a red X, meaning there were critical events. Results are compiled over a period of time and are charted with a stability index.
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These five data categories are tracked: Reliability Monitor.
But you don't actually need to go through all of those steps to open it.
When you're troubleshooting a specific problem you'll want to look for a cluster of issues, recurring issues, or issues that occurred at the specific time you noticed a problem.