Reliability Monitor provides a fast and easy-to-use interface that displays all recent software and hardware crashes. It provides a clear list of all random shutdowns, hardware errors, system errors, etc. The tool aims to help users identify system problems, but it can help you in several ways.
Actually, the Reliability Monitor tool is kept hidden from the user, but users can easily access it. In this article, we will share a detailed guide on how to use the Reliability Monitor tool on Windows 10 computers.
Step 1. First of all, look for “Reliability Monitor” on the Windows search.
Step 2. Open the Reliability Monitor and wait for the tool to collect the information.
Step 3. Once done, the Reliability monitor shows you the history of the events of the past weeks.
Step 4. You should check the red circles with an “X” for information about the crash detail. The symbol represents a software or hardware error.
Step 5. To view all problem reports, click the “View all issues” option at the bottom of the page.
Step 6. To know more details about the critical events, you just need to double click on the event.