||What Are EXE Errors?
If you use a PC running any variation of the Windows operating system, then you might be surprised to know just how simple the hierarchical structure of your operating system actually is.
At the top, you have Windows itself.
Below that, you have your individual programs – the Office suite, with Word, Excel, Outlook and so on underneath – and below that, each individual program has many separate .exe application files, each of which is designed to achieve one particular task within the individual program.
From this, it must be pretty obvious just how important it is to try to prevent .exe errors, as such errors will inevitably cause an individual program to either run very slowly, or not at all.
There is no doubt that using .exe application files to download programs and processes makes life using a PC that much simpler, that is, until you encounter an .exe error.
Unfortunately, it is this popularity that tends to mean that.exe problems are so common.
.exe files offer such a compact and convenient way to install and run programs on any PC, and so many programs that utilize .exe files are readily and freely downloadable as well.
So, if you use a PC, it is a very fair bet that you will experience .exe application problems at some point – it is almost unavoidable.
Nevertheless, it makes good sense to try as much as possible to minimize and prevent .exe errors wherever and whenever possible.
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||Basic Steps To Prevent EXE Errors
The first important thing to appreciate is that almost everything that you do on your PC will use .exe application files.
You download a program or some other installation; it will only run on your machine because of the .exe files.
You view a website with some kind of ‘active’ content – basically anything that is not entirely static will be using .exe application files.
Even the Windows programs that are already on your PC use .exe application files in order to operate.
So, the first basic step to prevent .exe errors is to understand that .exe files are everywhere, and that they can become damaged or corrupted.
So, for example, if you want to download a free program onto your PC, understand that:
- If you have a bad internet connection, or it is very busy, then the download may not complete or may become corrupted. Try downloading when it is less busy.
- That if you have a slow connection – perhaps you still use a dial-up modem – then very large program files will probably just never download or work correctly.
- If it is a free download, understand that this is a favorite hunting ground of spyware programs that will themselves attempt to install their own .exe files onto your PC. This can prevent the program that you actually wanted from running properly.
In addition, you should keep your Antivirus software and your Firewall protection up to date, to prevent the worst malicious programs getting onto your machine.
However, there may also be times when you have to temporarily disable such protective measures, as the simple fact is that many popular AV software programs, in particular, will do everything they can to prevent your .exe files from working correctly!
Finally, do not install and uninstall programs more than is absolutely necessary.
Each and every time that you do this, you potentially alter the underlying .dll structure of your PC’s Registry, and these .dll files are essential to keep the .exe applications that are dependent upon them, working correctly.
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||How To Repair EXE Errors
The problem with trying to prevent .exe errors is that, in fact, it is just not possible, for three main reasons.
Firstly, your PC relies on thousands and thousands of different .exe applications to function correctly. Some of them will inevitably become damaged or corrupted over, it is almost totally unavoidable.
Secondly, some .exe files just do not like each other! That is, sometimes, .exe files, particularly those that come packaged into independent third party software programs that you might buy or download onto your PC, will conflict with other .exe files, so that neither of them works properly.
Thirdly, many of the .exe application files that are downloaded and installed on your machine are probably there without either your knowledge or your consent.
Obviously, it is pretty difficult to control anything that you do not even know exists!
Fixing all of these .exe errors is, however, remarkably simple.
First, you run a full deep system Registry scan using an award winning proprietary tool like Error Repair. This will find all of the errors and potential error areas in the Windows Registry of your machine, including any damaged, corrupted or incorrectly removed .exe and .dll files.
You then simply use the same tool to repair the Registry quickly, efficiently and thoroughly.
Basically, however hard you try, you will get .exe errors, absolutely, 100% certainly.
You can fix them the hard way, that is, search them out manually and waste hours or maybe even days doing so.
Or you can use a tool like Error Repair that is specifically designed to do the job in a small fraction of the time that it would take you to do it.
It is, I believe, what they call a no-brainer!