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Errors with Help Files in Windows

Welcome back to our blog series on Registry Error Insights!

Help files pop up whenever you click Help within an application. They’re special files in Windows that are stored separately, away from the application. Though the content is written by whoever made the application, the help file’s interface is all Windows. Help files can be crucial for understanding how a complicated application works.

Sometimes, the location of a help file can become lost or corrupted. The help file is moved or deleted, or an application fails to tell the Windows Registry when the help file has a new name.

Registry Reviver clears out all registry errors associated with help files, so that the correct location of an application’s help file is known to Windows at all times. The last thing you want to happen is for an application to crash or give you an error when you ask for help!

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