The latest version of Windows, Windows 10, comes with a lot of improvements from the past Windows versions, but it also comes with new errors and issues. One of the commonly occurring errors on Windows 10 is the ‘Class Not Registered’ error. This error is caused when you are using a software or application that has some unregistered DLL files.
It can cause issues to the application that has unregistered DLL files and might stop you from properly using the application. Therefore, in this article, we are going to explain the solutions to solve the ‘Class Not Registered’ issue on Windows 10.
As you know that the ‘Class Not Registered’ error can occur because of unregistered DLL files. Now you might be wondering that what DLL files are; DLL files are dynamic libraries of Windows made by Microsoft that are mandatory to run applications on Windows.
So if the DLL files of an application are unregistered, it prevents other applications or programs from accessing that application, which can cause the error to occur. To learn some other reasons for the occurrence of the 'Class Not Registered' error, read the reasons given below.
After reading the above parts, you will be able to understand the ‘Class Not Registered’ error and the reasons for its occurrence. In this part, we are going to explain some solutions that you can use to fix the ‘Class Not Registered’ error with the minimum amount of effort.
Some of the users have reported that the 'Class Not Registered' error can occur due to the iCloud running in the background. One simple way to fix it is to stop the background process of the iCloud and then to disable the iCloud from the startup processes to prevent the error from occurring again. Follow the below given step-by-step guide below to disable the iCloud.
Some users have reported that the ‘Class Not Registered’ error occurs while opening photos on Windows 10. One way to fix this error is by using the Component Services on Windows 10. All the steps to do that are given below.
One of the reasons for the occurrence of the ‘Class Not Registered’ error is having issues with the Internet Explorer and Microsoft Edge. To fix this error, you need to check if the Internet Explorer ETW collector services are running. The step-by-step guide to check the Internet Explorer ETW collector services is given below.
A simple way to fix the ‘Class Not Registered’ is by scanning the computer for any corrupt files. The System File Checker is a built-in utility feature that lets you scan your system for corrupt or incorrect files and fixes them. If you are receiving the ‘Class Not Registered’ error while opening photos, you can use this given method to fix the error.
You will be able to fix the ‘Class Not Registered’ error by following the above-given solutions. In this part, we are going to give you some tips and tricks that you can follow to prevent the ‘Class Not Registered’ error from occurring.
‘Class Not Registered’ is one of the most common errors in Windows 10 that is reported by the users. This can be caused by corrupted or incorrect DLL files. Some other reasons for the occurrence of this error are also mentioned above.
If this error occurs on your system, you can simply follow the above-given solutions to fix it. In this article, there are also some tips and tricks that you can follow to prevent the error from occurring.
1. Why is it called ‘Class Not Registered’?
This error is called ‘Class Not Registered’ because the crucial DLL files of the application become unregistered. The most common reason for the occurrence of the ‘Class not registered’ error is default extensions like PNG, JPEG, GIFs, etc., being changed when a new application is installed on your system.
2. How to fix Explorer.exe class not registered error?
The reason for the occurrence of the Explorer.exe class not registered error is a faulty hard drive. You can simply fix this error by replacing the faulty hard drive.
3. How to fix the Werfault.exe error?
Werfault.exe is an amazing feature of Windows 10. This feature track and records all the errors in your system and send the report to Microsoft so they can fix the issues in upcoming patch updates. Sometimes Werfault.exe can also cause some errors. To fix them, run the system file check command on the Windows PowerShell.