Windows 7 is the most exquisite version of the Windows operating system to date. It is far more stable and practical than its successor, such as Windows 8 and 10. At some point, you’re likely to run into a system issue or deceptive task. To resolve that, you’ll need to figure out how to get the right help. You can address all your queries related to Windows 7 OS to the Windows 7 Customer care service. The experts provide reliable and sure-sort solutions to users.

Window 7 prevalent issues

Windows 7 running slow.

Windows 7 relies on resources. It draws heavily on the graphics card and system memory. If your system is rendering mediocre performance, chances are you can resolve that by disabling the superfluous effects.

  • To do so, click the Start tab and enter ‘performance ‘in the search field. After that, click the
  • Adjust the appearance and performance of Windows. Once the Performance Windows explores, Click Adjust for best performance under the Visual Effects option.
  • This manoeuvring will let your system perform reasonably good under high graphics requirement without drawing too much power from the CPU.

Windows not running old application

This problem seems to occur when the user updates their OS to the latest version. Of course, the upgradration is imperative from a performance point of view. However, overtimes it can make your old software reluctant to execute correctly. Now if you already updated your OS and it’s out to be no man’s land for your early application, try Windows 7 Compatibility Mode to resolve that in quick time.

  • Click the Start tab and type “compatibility” in the search field.
  • Click Run programs made for the previous version of Windows
  • Click Next Under Program compatibility windows.
  • Select the program from the list.
  • Click Next to continue.
  • Click Troubleshoot the program.
  • Choose the condition you are noticing with the selected program.
  • Click next and follow the on-screen guideline to fix the issue.

The optical driver not detected

The issue could be resolved by merely editing the registry in the following ways

  • Click Start and type ‘regedit ‘in the search field.
  • Now hover to ‘HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE\SYSTEM\CurrentControlSet\Control\Class‘ and LowerFilters.
  • Reboot your system and see if the issue was fixed.

If not then try this workaround immediately.

  • Click Start and type “Disk Management.”
  • Choose “Create and format hard disk partitions ‘.
  • Hover to the Disk Management Window and click right on the optical drive icon.
  • From the drop-down menu, select ‘Change Drive Letter and Paths. ‘
  • Tap on the Change option and choose a new drive letter.
  • Restart windows.

Custom Icons appearance gets altered.

If you’ve gone through numerous unsuccessful attempt to fix this issue, try this simple method, and verify whether the issue gets resolved.

  • On your desktop, right-click and choose Personalize.
  • On the left pane i:e Control Panel Home, Click Change Desktop icons.
  • Under Desktop icon settings, uncheck “Allow themes to change desktop icons.

Windows Aero effect not working.

Aero is generally meant to crank up the visual effects of the Windows 7 OS. The result like very trendy and feels quite contemporary in terms of look. Notably, the aero effect is not enabled by default. The Aero effect could be activated via the registry, but there is a particular caveat to that. Manoeuvring the registry can permanently damage your Windows installation.

  • Click Start and type ‘regedit ‘in the search field.
  • Browse to KEY_CURRENT_USER\Software\Microsoft\Windows\DWM.
  • Now set the EnableAeroPeek to 1.

The workaround above turns out to be effective if followed precisely. You can contact technicians to get more help to that.

How to avail the best help on Windows 7?

Windows 7 user can now reach out for help to the experts of Windows 7 Live chat. It perhaps the most easiest way to knockdowns the technical issues. The Windows 7 live service experts will provides you easy and subtle workarounds for every technical glitch you’re facing on your operating system. The Windows 7 live chat customer support experts are trained to delve deeper into the issues and provide quick workarounds to the user. The users who are residing in Australia can call the Windows 7 customer service or Windows customer care experts on 24×7 accessible toll-free line.