Why is My Computer Freezing With Windows 11?

Here are some common workarounds for issues that may be causing your computer to freeze with Windows 11:

  • Insufficient system resources: Close any unnecessary programs and background processes, and consider upgrading your RAM or CPU.
  • Conflicting software or driver issues: Uninstall any recently installed software or drivers that may be causing conflicts, and check for updates for your existing software and drivers.
  • Overheating or hardware failure: Clean the dust out of the fans and vents to improve airflow and prevent overheating, and check for any signs of hardware failure, such as strange noises or smells.
  • Outdated or corrupted operating system files: Run the Windows troubleshooter, check for and install any pending updates, and check for and repair any corrupted files using the built-in utility such as the “sfc /scannow” command in the command prompt.
  • Malware or virus infections: Run a full system scan with a reputable antivirus program, and remove any detected threats.
  • Power supply problems: Check that your power supply is functioning correctly, and ensure that your computer is plugged into a working outlet or surge protector.

If your computer continues to freeze or you are unable to resolve the issue using these workarounds, it may be helpful to contact the manufacturer or a professional for further assistance.

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