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Windows 10 randomly freezing...

Any ideas why and how to prevent? Doesn't happen often, just enough to drive me nuts!

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Clarification Request
did you upgrade

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to windows 10 from an earlier system with the same problem?

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new computer..

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No upgrade, new computer with Windows 10

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(NT) Then not your problem. Why? Warranty.

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Not yet.

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I see nothing about the host PC and here not on W10 machine at the office is freezing. But we run a clean shop with great hardware.

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update?

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May be it's due to a faulty update. Restoring it to an earlier point with built-in system restore should fix it.

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