Windows 10 has an array of useful built-In diagnostics tools to help detect potential Issues with the operating system, and the Troubleshooting utility Is certainly no exception. It's a somewhat hidden tool that's accessible via Control Panel, and If you've never heard of It, you'd probably never find It. In this tutorial, I will show you how to use the Playing Audio Troubleshooter to help detect and fix audio Issues.
If you're experiencing Issues with your computer's sound, whereby you're trying to listen to music on YouTube to no avail or playing a PC game and there's no audio whatsoever, It can be a somewhat arduous task attempting to manually Identify the exact cause of the problem. If you've exhausted all options to rectify the Issue(s), then It's time to launch the Windows built-In Troubleshooter utility.
So what exactly Is this? Well, I'm glad you've asked! Simply put and without the tech jargon, It scans your computer for problems and If any are found, It will attempt to automatically repair them. In some cases, It will also display potential fixes. The Troubleshooter utility Is very easy to use, so without further ado, let's get this tutorial started.