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A quick way to see the state of a Windows machine is to open Reliability Monitor.
It’s a built-in tool that has been around since Windows Vista and still works in Windows 10.
Clicking a problem under Action may show either Check for a solution or View technical details.
To keep Reliability Monitor tool handy for investigating problems, right click the blank space just to the right of where it says Reliability Monitor at the top of the graph window. Now go back to your Desktop screen and right click in a blank area and click “Paste shortcut”.
Now let’s click on the View technical details link in the Action column: (See Figure 5.) Figure 5. A quick search for svchost.exe_Maps Broker finds an article from Mc Afee outlining that the issue was resolved in Mc Afee Antivirus version 10.1.2.
If I can update to this or a newer Mc Afee product version the issue with Mc Afee is solved!
By Don Trauger – Kennett The Reliability Monitor provides a graphical representation of how well your computer is performing.
This tool, which has been around since the Windows Vista days, remains mostly hidden in Windows 10.
On the left edge of the graph you can move back in time up to 1 month. Below the graph the details show the Source, Summary, Date and Action.That’s because time is needed to assure the problem is actually corrected.The Reliability Monitor does not correct any problems it detects.NOTE: The Windows Kernel doesn’t create application crashes as kernel and user apps like Link Collector or Outlook run in different system spaces. Two troubleshooting steps within the Windows compatibility troubleshooter process (switching the Compatibility settings to Windows 7 and disabling high DPI scaling) solved the crash.(See Figure 8.) Figure 8.When Windows Kernel files appear in such scenarios, e.g. - Using compatibility mode options to resolve issues with older programs.