Windows 10 blue screen of death errors

Usually when I go to work in the morning I leave my desktop PC on. When I returned home last night I was greeted with the Windows 10 blue screen of death with the sad emicon. It instructed me to look up the error UNEXPECTED_STORE_EXCEPTION. I rebooted my computer and googled this error and followed recommendations. This morning, I again left my computer running before I left for work, although on this occasion I ran a number of antivirus and antispyware scans. When I returned home tonight I was again greeted with the same Windows 10 blue screen of death. This time it included the error "critical process died". So, as it suggested again, I researched this and it came up with the same recommendations without anyone actually knowing what is causing this or what the errors mean.

I attempted `system restore', however this only gives the previous day restore points when there should be more.

From what i can gather, Windows 10 is deluged with problems and I am considering going back to to Windows 7.

Any help would be gratefully appreciated.

Many thanks in advance.

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Clarification Request
W10 BSOD Request for other Info.

1. FYI w7 64 bit here think going to w10 for security:
Usually when you get BSOD you get option to send infor to MS. Is the error you report from the mini dump file or??
2. Per MS online crash stats BSOD often caused by a dll and not operating system. The dump files may ID the offending file so if you have the option to open and look at suggest you do that . You may have to download file from MS to do that and the info in the BSOD should tell you how. There is what they call and min dump and then large.
If you have not done so install latest updates including for your graphics driver. ( Don't blow this step off. I had case in past with dll causing failre that I had used ok for 1 year but some soft ware upgrade started using some thing different and caused issue.)
3.FYI, when you download the free upgrade MS may using your machine as a sever to help the distribute w10. I don't known if they are still doing that but, leads to this question; Do you have same problem if you do not leave machine on?

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That's news to me.
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That's news to me?

Why the antagonistic and nasty tone? I came to find help.

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To move forward let's talk about your PC.

I don't see how this had a nasty tone unless you felt the folk that discussed it on the google I gave had that tone.

There are folk that want to find others that will call W10 shite. Well, how can that help here?

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To move forward let's talk about your PC

Well, you completely avoided the "I researched this...." bit. And, the link you gave is actually one of the first I came across. You also seem to have overlooked the, ".....googled this error and followed recommendations" bit. In addition to this, you have also overlooked the, "from what I can gather" bit. You seem to be making your own interpretations and jumping to your own conclusions. Who ever mentioned anything about Windows 10 being *****, and just because something is news to you, does not make it untrue, anymore than making it true.

As I said, I came here to get help.

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So how can I help?

So far the errors I see are hardware. You seem to want to banter rather than dive into it so if that's so, sure, but why do that?

There are folk that are convinced it's 10's fault. I'm not so convinced after dozens (maybe hundreds now) of upgrades and dealing with PCs from the repair shops.

Are you here to get help?

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