One Should Know How to Resolve Computer Freezing Issues

Is your computer often freezes? Well, there is nothing more frustrating than having your work affected due to these silly issues. Whenever the computer suddenly freezes, then it leaves you in anxiety, and it will not unfreeze itself and user have to reboot their system and lose all their unsaved work. Unfortunately, this type of issue can occur anytime while doing any activities. However, many users often wonder how did these freezes start and from where they are coming from. Assume that various struggles or issues may cause this problem such as low computer and disk space, lots of cache in the computer system, outdated registry entries, suspicious processes, and many others.

Although you don’t have to worry about this issue, there are various ways to ensure that your computer system would not freeze. Below we discuss some solutions which help you in troubleshooting the issues without facing an unnecessary error. The steps are discussed below.

Steps to Resolve Computer Freezing Issue

Before starting the process, we suggest you perform full system scan from any anti-malware software and clean all threats available in your system including worms, spyware, and many other computer viruses that might affect your system. Also, follow the steps in the way it described, doing this, in the same way, will save lots of time and takes fewer efforts. Here how to do it:

Solution-1: Delete All Unwanted Apps

Although this solution is quite simple but might be useful for users because some further software is the reason behind the computer system freezes. Follow the below given steps and ensure that remove all unnecessary apps.

  1. Firstly, Click on the ‘Start Menu’ icon to open it on the screen.
  2. Look for the ‘Control Panel’ option under the ‘Start Menu’ section.
  3. Search out the apps which you don’t want to use.
  4. Tap the Remove/Change tab to uninstall the unwanted program.
  5. Now, Follow on-screen steps to uninstall wizard and continue with the process until you delete all unwanted apps

Solution-2: Ensure Memory Space

Ensure that your computer system freezes due to the memory space issue, if yes, follow the instructions which are discussed below:

  1. Tap the Windows and R key at once to launch the command box on the screen.
  2. Once the ‘Run’ command box appears on the screen, type the following command into it: ‘mdsched.exe’
  3. Press the ‘Enter’ key.
  4. Finally, reboot your computer system to save all the changes you have done recently.

Solution-3: Remove All Temp Files from the System

  1. Subsequently, tap the Windows+ R keys on the keyboard.
  2. When the search box appears on the screen, type ‘temp’ into it.
  3. Click on the ‘OK’ tab to continue the process.
  4. When done, all temp files will appear on the screen, press Ctrl + A to choose all files available on the screen.
  5. Press the ‘Delete’ tab to delete all the temp file permanently.

Deam Jones is a self-professed security expert; he has been making the people aware of the security threats. His passion is to write about Cyber security, cryptography, malware, social engineering, internet and new media. He writes for Norton security products at

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