What to do if your PC is crashing and freezing frequently?

 Computers can freeze for a number of different reasons, which makes trouble-shooting a difficult and painstaking process. If you don’t look after the problem, freezing will continue to make your PC experience bitter and painstaking.

Many understand computer freezes to be a software issues, but this is rarely so. It is often a hardware problem. This is easiest to diagnose when the computer was working fine until new hardware was added. Sometimes it’s a matter of simply installing the correct driver for the hardware. Damaged or incorrect drivers can cause computer freezes by trying to access computer resources that are already in use by the operating system.

Random access memory (RAM) modules can also cause freezes when damaged by overheating. A damaged or badly fragmented hard drive can cause computer freezes, which is why it is very important that hard drives be regularly defragmented.

Unfortunately, when uninstalling, some programs will not completely uninstall, leaving bits of themselves behind. Anti-virus and firewall programs have reputations for being tricky to uninstall, sometimes requiring one to hunt down individual files manually and delete them after going through the standard uninstall procedure using Windows’ built-in utility.

Secretly installed malicious software like viruses, spyware, Trojans, rootkits and keyloggers can cause computers to freeze by interfering with the operating system’s normal processes.

85% of time you can fix computer freezes by tuning up your PC. By tuning up your PC you can free up a large amount of wasted resources, speed and power that your CPU is using to keep unnecessary programs, data and services alive. A tune up of your computer can be different depending on where you take it for this tune up. Some agents will actually open the casing and blow out dust and debris, while most of time a tune up consists of removal of unnecessary files from your computer, clean up the desktop, clean out the system registry, and defragment your hard drive

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