Disable Error Reporting

When your computer crashes an application, a dialogue box pops up and asks you if you want to send the information to Microsoft. You never do, or maybe you might,  but if you want to stop it from pestering you in the future, to see how to disable that built in feature.

The Wall Street Journal explains that enough people around the world choose send in the error report and on the busiest days, 50 gigabytes of data from these error reports stream into Microsoft. Two dozen programmers are charged with monitoring them. That’s right! Only 12 people are looking at those errors.


One Response to “Disable Error Reporting”

  1. somebody Says:

    i hate it when i buy 2 dozen doughnuts and only get 12.

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