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Applications freezing issue in windows 10

Many of users confirmed that the Chrome browser on their Windows 10 devices was freezing at random intervals. You can solve this issue now...

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Few clients who are bouncing ahead of schedule to the Windows 10 April 2018 Update are detailing frozen screen when attempt to utilize certain applications, for example, Google Chrome, Mozilla Firefox, and Office, among different applications and Cortana. 
Microsoft knows about the this issue that is occurring on a few gadgets subsequent to introducing form 1803, and the organization says that it's chipping away at a lasting fix that is relied upon to rollout on May 8, 2018. Be that as it may, meanwhile, you can attempting these workarounds if Chrome or different applications is making your screen solidify.
->If you're using a laptop, close and re-open the laptop lid. 
->If you're using a keyboard, simultaneously press the Windows logo  key + Ctrl + Shift + B to wake the screen. 
->If you have a tablet, simultaneously press both the volume-up and volume-down buttons, three times within 2 seconds. If Windows is responsive, a short beep will sound and the screen will blink or dim while Windows attempts to refresh the screen.
In the case the recommendations are not working, you can temporarily remove the update and go back to the previous version until Microsoft Release the fix using these steps: Open Settings. 
1. Click on Update & Security. 
2. Click on Recovery. 
3. Under "Go back to a previous version of Windows 10", click the Get started button. Select the reason you're rolling back. 
4. Click Next.
5. Click No, thanks. 
6. Click Next.
7. Click Next again. 
8. Click Go back to earlier build to begin the process. 

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