How to Disable Error Reporting in Windows

In this tutorial, we will teach you how to disable error reporting in windows. Windows prompts the user with reports when it incurs errors. You can change the problem reporting settings and set when you want Windows to check for solutions to the problems.


Step 1: Open Control Panel

Follow this step by step guide in order to learn how to disable error reporting in windows.
First of all, go to the start menu and from there, open the control panel.
In the control panel window, click on the system and security option.

Open System & Security

Step 2: Open Action Center

In the system and security window, open the Action center.

Opening Action center

Step 3: Change Action Center Settings

Next, click on the “change action center settings” option available in the left pane of the action center window.

Modify Action Center Settings

Step 4: Problem Reporting Settings

Once the settings window opens, click on the “problem reporting settings” option to access the windows error reporting settings.

Go to Problem Reporting Settings

Step 5: Disable error reporting

In this settings window, you can choose when to check for solutions to problem reports. In order to disable error reporting, select the “never check for solutions” option. Once the selection has been made, click on the ok button to save the settings. Lastly, exit the action center settings by clicking on the ok button. In this manner, you can turn off windows error reporting.

Turn off error reporting