Reasons Why Windows® 7 Freezes Randomly
Windows 7 is the latest Operating System developed by Microsoft. It might freeze frequently when too many programs run simultaneously. If the RAM in your computer cannot manage the programs which are running on your system, Windows 7 will freeze. To solve this problem you have to use fewer programs, or you have to use additional RAM. You also have to update the drivers on the system regularly. Compatibility issues on your computer may also cause Windows 7 to freeze. You can download the latest updates from Microsoft website. Windows 7 freezing can also occur due to registry errors. Another reason for Windows 7 freezing is overheating. In this case the computer screen will block and the mouse does not move. You will lose your work if Windows 7 freezes. You will not be able to restore the computer without restarting it.
- Windows 7 freezes due to registry problems
- Fix Windows 7 freezing problem
- Fix by updating
Windows 7 freezes due to registry problems
If Windows 7 freezes due to registry errors, it will also stop your computer from running properly. Registry contains information about hardware and software devices. If registry contains errors, the communication between the Operating System and devices will cease. So you have to clean the registry of corrupt files and errors. This will prevent the PC from crashing and increase the speed. To clean the registry errors, you can use RegCure. Then save and run it on your computer. This will scan your system and remove all the errors from the registry.
To fix Windows 7 freezing problem
To fix this problem, first boot your system in Safe Mode. For that, restart your computer and press the F8 button continuously while restarting. Once it restarts in Safe Mode click the ‘Start’ button and select ‘Run’. Then type ‘msconfig’ in 'Run' command box. Then disable everything in ‘Startup’ and ‘Service’ tabs other than Microsoft services. Then restart the system in Normal Mode and you can start your computer without any problem.
If Windows 7 freezes randomly, first try to run your antivirus software by using CCleaner and junk cleanup. It will scan your system. Then disable ‘Aero’ and ‘indexing service’. So you have to uninstall all programs that you do not need. You have to remove all the programs that are not needed for start up. This will solve your problem.