A PC is nothing short of a modern miracle. The various elements of a PC work together with each other to accomplish the tasks that a user wishes to accomplish. These can range from the calculation of complex equations or variables to the purpose of simple entertainment. The best part is that PCs are very reliable and tend to be able to give a long time of service before something bad happens to them that warrants an overhaul or a major repair. Although sometimes a PC will encounter minor problems, these will not affect the performance of the PC in a significant way.
However, when there is some problem that does take a large chunk out of the functionality and the performance of the PC, there is a need for repairs and diagnostics to be carried out. The first step in the process of fixing a broken PC is to identify the problem. This can be a daunting task thanks to the large number of parts and functional elements of the PC.
What must first be determined is whether the root of the problem lies in the hardware of the PC or the software of the PC.
This is as important a step as any in the process of fixing up a broken PC and thus requires a careful approach to ensure that nothing is missed out. The main purpose of this is to make the solving of the problem easier. The best way to isolate the problem is to use a Diagnostic Software. Diagnostic software is a special kind of software that looks at all the logs and the machine’s performance then based on the results obtained, does the analysis and gives the user information about the problem and how it starts, thereby indication the root of the problem and isolating it.
This is why Diagnostic software forms a very important segment of PC software.