Best way to fix computer keeps freezing

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Friends, if your computer keeps getting cold or stuck while you are in the process. Then check to make sure your computer is not overheating. Extreme heat is usually caused by the environment in which the computer is located. 

See my previous article onReasons for Computer Freezing”. This article will give you an idea of what it means to be a computer programmer. 
This article will show you a list of solutions to keep your computer cool at all times. 

 Here is the solution to your problem-  Lets Start 

1 - Speed Up Computer Performance 

As you know, whenever you buy a new computer or laptop, initially the performance of the computer is good and as soon as your system wears out your system slows down and your computer or laptop keeps hanging due to many new files and folders. You will also find that your computer is stuck or trapped while in the process. 
The steps are in the article “Speed Up Computer and Laptop Performance”. If you are lucky, you will find the solution here personally. Otherwise, you will need to take some steps.

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2 - Shutdown Computer for a while. 

The most important reason to shut down your computer is to solve system problems. When computers last longer, they begin to act randomly or to cause minor bugs to occur. In the meantime, you can restart your computer and resolve the issue. That is good because the processes were sticking open or consuming RAM. By shutting down your computer you give it a chance to clear everything and have a fresh start. 

Press and hold "Ctrl Alt + Delete" if it is not possible to turn it off manually. 

3 - Free up Disk Space 

Disk Clean-up is a computer repair utility installed on Microsoft Windows designed to free up disk space on a computer. The state first searches and analyzes the hard drive for obsolete files, and then removes unnecessary files. 

Steps: - 
Step 1- Open "My Computer". 
Step 2- “Right” click on “Windows (C :)” i.e. “C-Drive” and go to “Properties.” 
Step 3 - To open a new pop-up window, select "Disk Cleanup". Wait until the count. 
Step 4 - After calculating a new window will open. Now click on the “Clean system files” tab in the lower-left corner. Now it's over. 

4 - Delete the Temp Files 

Too many temporary files on your local disk may eat up your computer storage and cause your computer to hang. Therefore, we may need to delete temporary files to free up more space. 
Steps: - 
Step 1- Press and hold the "Windows + R" keys together on the keyboard, open the "Run" box on your desktop. 
Step 2- Type "% Temp%" and simply hit Enter. This will open your temporary folder. 
Step 3- Press Ctrl-A to select all. 
Step 3- Press "Delete" on your keyboard and click "Yes" to confirm. All temporary files will now be deleted. 
Note: Some files may not be able to be deleted. When prompted for missing or used files, click the checkbox next to "Do this for all current items" and then click "Skip." 

5 - Use Task Manager 

Did you know that there are many unwanted applications or software on your Windows system and your system is running in the background even though we don't need it? It makes our system slower by eating ram. 
Steps: - 
Step 1- Type "Task Manager" in the search bar on your desktop or laptop and hit Enter 
key on your keyboard. 
Press "Ctrl Alt + Delete" or "Ctrl + Shift + Esc" and select "Task Manager" 
Step 2- Now select the "Startup" option and disable the program you do not want to start during windows startup. 
Notes- Never disable the Windows and Antivirus applications.

6 - Update Driver and Graphic Driver 

If you are experiencing Windows 10 issues, it may be a driving problem. Here are three ways to properly rehabilitate drivers to solve common problems. In Windows 10, the device driver is an important layer of code that allows the system to access and interact with certain computer objects (such as graphics card, hard drive, network adapter, etc.), as well as edges, including mice, printer keyboards, monitors, and many more. 
Steps -
Step 1- Type "Device Manager" in the search bar on your desktop or desktop and hit Enter key on your keyboard. 
Step 2- It will open a new interface, click the left-hand arrow of the Display adapt. 
Step 3- Then right-click on the driver and select Update Driver. 
Step 4- Click on the first option "Automatically search for software updates". Make sure your internet connection is provided. 
This process is the same for all drivers in terms of audio input and output. 

7 - Perform System File Checker (SFC) 

Steps: - 
Step 1- Press and hold the "Windows + R" keys together on the keyboard, the "Run" box will open on your desktop and type cmd and press Enter. 
Type "cmd" in the search bar on your computer or laptop. Select to run as administrator by right-clicking on Command Prompt. 
Step 2- Now a cm colored window will appear on your screen. 
Step 3- Type "sfc / scannow" and press Enter. It will take time to complete the scan. And it will ask you to go through an online process of complete remediation. Read the instructions and pass that on if you want. 

8 - Run Memory Check 

The most essential components to a computer are memory chips, any problems or issues will immediately manifest themselves in strange and sometimes confusing ways. When one fails and others work properly, a variety of odd behaviors will start to occur.  

Here are some of the worst memory on a PC. 

  • Windows will freeze for minutes at a time no matter what application you're using.  
  • You will get the infamous death blue screen, but without having added any new hardware or installed any new software. If you’re getting the blue screens and haven’t installed any new drivers or Windows updates, it might be a memory issue causing the blue screen.  
  • The PC restarts randomly while you are in the middle of doing something.  
  • When you boot the pc, you hear a beep, multiple beeps, and endless beep. 
Step 1 - Press and hold “Windows + R” buttons together on the keyboard, a “Run” box will open on your desktop.  
Step 2 - Type mdsched.exe in the text input box and press Enter 
Step 3 - Too check for problems immediately, click Restart now and check for problems (recommended).  
Note: If you would like to see later, click Check for problems subsequent time I start my computer.  
Windows will then restart, and you'll get the subsequent window showing the progress of the check and therefore the number of passes it'll run on memory. It might take several minutes for the tool to end.  

9 - Perform System Restore 

If your Windows 10, Windows 8, or Windows 7 computer still freezes after trying all the solutions listed above, then your Windows could be corrupted. In this case, you might need to try restoring your operating system. System Restore can restore your computer back to an earlier state in a time when the lockups weren't happening.  
Step 1- Type "Create a restore point" or "restore' in your computer search bar.  
Step 2- Click on Create a restore point  
Step 3- Click on System Restore….  
Step 4- Then click on Next 
Step 5- Click to select the most recent time you remember this computer was working properly and click Next.  
Step 6- Make sure you’ve saved your computer data and click Finish and then click Yes. Wait for the restoration to complete.  
Hope this article will helpful for you. If you have any doubts, please let me know. 
If you have any other good solutions, please share your techniques with me in the following comment. We really appreciate your advice. 

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