The vast majority of users anywhere in the world have you ever had a problem with your cell phone or computer, because the system gets stuck or simply does not respond. There are endless reasons why this can happen, although the most common solution for these situations is to turn off the device and turn it back on.
As obvious as it sounds, these steps are made into one from the restart buttonwhich is sometimes much more useful, since our files can be saved and we can use the equipment as if it had just been suspended.
Next, we will introduce you to the scenarios where rebooting is your best option.
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What cases can the reset button solve?
problems on the internet
The most common problem that the restart button solves is when the home Internet or from mobile data does not work well, since network failures can not only be caused because it is obsolete or disabled, but also because it can be receiving a bad signal. In the vast majority of cases, a quick reboot is sufficient.
slow operating system
Despite having the best operating system, there is always the possibility that it becomes slow or does not work in the same way that you are used to. This may be because the CPU has been overloaded or is currently solving and managing various complex tasks. Precisely, in these cases, the most suggested thing is to restart a cell phone or PC, because, perhaps, if it turns off then it takes too long to turn on.
Total memory usage
Opening many programs or applications at the same time can cause the internal memory of a device to be limited, since by consuming so many sections the RAM can collapse. That said, the restart option will allow the user to turn their computer back on, with the option that everything previously opened can be back on without a hitch.
In the following video, you can learn the main differences between shutting down, suspending and restarting a computer: