Last Updated: June 28, 2017 | Reading Time: 2 minutes
In last 2 major updates (anniversary update end of 2016 and creator update April 2017), I experienced random freezes, it was completely frozen, even if you look at log viewer the message show “force reboot” without any details.
So I began to look at the current status of my PC’s hardware using speccy, nothing seems wrong, temperature, voltage, etc, looks normal. I also updated all drivers, memory check, etc, but the issue persists.
But then, I clean up the system disk using CCleaner, to maintain the free space up to 40-50% and the freeze issue disappears before cleanup the free space only 10%, FYI I’m using 128 GB SSD Vertex 4 by OCZ for the system.
As mentioned in a forum, disable indexing in Windows Explorer > C: (right click) > Properties ( I also done this ), also heal this issue, so both probably related.
Caution: This is not a paid post, truly! Read this before upgrade: Don’t upgrade your Windows 10.
Freezing issue sometimes happens in un-explained situation. I tried to reinstall all drivers related to hardwares, motherboard, chipsets, etc, and no-freezing issue ever since.