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Gradual performance degradation is one of the most notorious issues facing Windows 7 users. In most cases, this is caused by having too many programs open in the background. Software sometimes starts automatically at boot, so there could be dozens of programs launching without your knowledge or failing of popular and frequently used softwares like microsoft office/outlook. Best way to handle this is contacting outlook customer service USA or CANADA as per your geographical location.
Open Start, go to Run, type msconfig and then click Ok. Select the Startup tab in the window that opens. Here you will find a list of items that open when you start Windows. The names may not always make their function obvious, but if you also look at the Command and Location fields, you should be able to discern which program the startup item belongs to. De-select those that you don’t need. Now go to the Services tab and do the same. Then restart your PC, if fails dial Microsoft Support Windows 7
Alternatively, you can go to the General tab and change your PC to Selective Startup, then un-check the Load Startup Items box. Keep in mind, though, that this will also disable programs you might want to start at boot, like an anti-virus program.
Stuck in a reboot loop
If something goes wrong while Windows 7 is loading, your computer may restart automatically, putting you in a constant reboot loop. You might expect an error message, but this does not always happen, leaving you without a clue as to what’s happening.
To fix this, press F8 repeatedly during boot until you see the Windows Advanced Options Menu. In the second cluster of choices you’ll see “Disable automatic restart on system failure.” Select it using your arrow keys, then press enter.
Windows will now start. While it probably won’t start without issue, you’ll at least be able to record the error message(s) that appears, making further diagnosis possible. To avail support over this you must call Microsoft Support Windows 7
Windows Update fails with error 0x8024400A
Windows Update is supposed to be an automatic service, but it too can suffer from bugs such as the 0x8024400A error message. This issue, when it appears, will prevent you from downloading and installing any updates.
To fix it, you need to re-download the Windows Update Agent. Check out Microsoft’s official Update Agent page and use the Fix it solution (or follow the instructions) to resolve the issue.
If the issue persists, you can instead download the latest version of the Windows Update Agent directly from Microsoft. You can grab the file from the Microsoft System Center website. There are separate 32-bit and 64-bit versions, so be sure to download the right one for your system; for most PCs, that’s 32-bit.
Feel free to dial 1800-274-2129 for any such issues related to microsoft support windows 7. Not to be surprised at, we've separate teams for dedicated versions of operating systems, say if you need microsoft support for windows 8.1 you can still call the same number.