Mini Bytes: If you are facing the System Freeze/ Crash issue after updating your Windows 10 with the latest Windows 10 Anniversary Update then use the following tutorial to fix it.
Windows 10 anniversary update was released today and more number of people have turned towards it to get it downloaded and installed into the system. It’s because Windows 10 anniversary update was loaded with lot of features such as improvement in Edge Browser, Improvement in Cortana, Windows Ink etc.
After the release of Windows 10 anniversary update, more number of people have downloaded it and installed into the system. But many have faced “system freezing issues” as soon as they installed the Windows 10 anniversary update in the PC.
People face this issue, after the update process gets completed, at the time of rebooting the system crashed. The main reason behind the issue was because of the windows internal update tool.
Uses who use the windows update tool to install the Windows 10 anniversary update are facing this issue, and those who don’t use the windows update tool didn’t face the issue.
This confirms that, if you download the Windows 10 anniversary update package as a ISO and install it into your system, then it was safe without any crashing of your PC.
How to avoid System Freeze:
It was also observed that if you use a bootable drive to install Windows 10 anniversary update, then it will not cause any frequent system fees and also it will not cause any system crashes.
To create a bootable drive, you can download the ISO file of Windows 10 anniversary update from Microsoft website, and then you can use the media creation tool which was also available in the Microsoft website in the name of Windows 7 USB/DVD tool.
How to fix the System Crash:
If you have installed Windows 10 anniversary update using the inbuilt Windows update tool, then you need to do the following things.
1) You can rollback to the previous build.
2) Remove $WINDOWS.~BT, $WINDOWS.~WS
3) Download the ISO file of Build 1607.
4) Download the Media Creation Tool (Windows 7 USB/DVD Tool)
5) Do a “Disk Clean UP” of your C Drive.
6) Install the Update.
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