Faculty and Staff - Initiating the Application Repair Process

2020

Faculty and Staff - Initiating the Application Repair Process

 

Some applications on College PC's may be running slowly for you. A repair process has been created in order to fix this issue. This article will show you have to initiate a repair process that will help the applications on your College PC run more smoothly.

Please be aware that this process will require you to reboot your computer.

Note: This process only pertains to those using a College PC device.

 

1. Click the Help Desk icon on your computer's Desktop.

 

 

 

2. A new window will appear. Select Software Center from the list. 

 

 

 

3. Another new window will appear. You will be taken to the Applications tab.

From the Applications tab you will see either Faculty or Staff Application Repair Reboot.

Note: You will either have a Faculty or Staff option from the Software Center. This is dependent upon your role at the College. Staff includes Administrators and Part-Time employees.

 

4. Select the Install button. 

 

 

5. A pop-up message will appear asking you to Save and Close any programs or work you currently have open. 

Once finished saving and closing your work, select OK.

 

 

 

6. Once the process is complete, your computer will automatically reboot.

Please do not open any applications until after your computer reboots.

 

 

 

Initiating the Application Repair Process. Help your College PC run more smoothly! 1. Click the Help Desk icon from your Computer’s desktop. 2. Select Software Center from the list. 3. Select Staff – Application Repair – Reboot or Faculty – Application Repair – Reboot and click Install. Close and save any open programs or work and select OK. 4. Your computer will reboot after the process completes.

Posted - Fri, Nov 20, 2020 at 3:09 PM. This article has been viewed 1268 times.
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