If Apps Freezes in Window 10! How to Fix it with Webroot?

Sometimes, Apps freezes in Window 10 then to fix this the user must install Webroot antivirus via www.webroot.com/safe in your device. In this blog, you will read the method to fix if Apps freezes in Window 10.

Method To Fix If Apps Freezes in Window 10:

1. Update your Windows 10:

For this, you should open the Settings app and then visit to Update & security section. At last, in the right side you should tap on Check for updates button.

2. Switch to Local Account Temporary:

You should visit to Settings and then tap on Accounts. Now, you should navigate to Your account and then hit on Sign in with a local account instead. After this, you should enter your account password and then set up a username and password for your new local account. When your local account enabled, you should visit to Other accounts and then remove your old account. At last, Restart your computer.

The user should re-download apps and then reset the store. For this, you should visit to Store and then re-download the apps which are freezing. If incase, apps aren’t downloading then you should close the store and then type WSReset.exe in the Search, and just right-click on it. Here, you should select Run as administrator. It will clear your store cache and then again download apps. When apps is downloaded, then restart your computer. After this, you should visit to Settings and then tap on Accounts. At last, you need to add your Microsoft account and just switch to it.

3. Reinstall your Printer Driver:

To fix this issue, you should first remove the printer driver from Device Manager. For this, you need to press Windows Key + X together just to open Win + X menu. After this, you should select Device Manager from the list of results. In case, your printer isn’t connected to your PC, then visit to View option and then you should check Show hidden devices. Now, you should right click on your printer and then select Uninstall device from the menu. Here, you need to tap on Uninstall option again to confirm. When the driver is removed, you should restart your PC. When PC restarts, then your printer driver will be installed automatically.

4. Run PowerShell Command from Command Prompt:

You should tap on Windows key + X altogether and then from the menu you need to choose Command Prompt as Admin. Now, you have to enter this command in Command Prompt and then tap on Enter key:

Get-AppXPackage -AllUsers | Foreach {Add-AppxPackage -DisableDevelopmentMode -Register “$($_.InstallLocation)AppXManifest.xml”}

5. Check your Antivirus:

Sometimes, antivirus software interferes in your system and cause many issues. To fix this issue, you should check your antivirus settings and also ensure problematic application should add to the exclusion list. At last, you should check if the problem is fixed or not. It is advised you should install Webroot antivirus through webroot.com/safe which do not interfere in the working of your PC.

6. Reset App to Default:

First of all, you need to open the Settings app just by hitting on Windows Key + I together. If Settings app opens, you should visit to Apps section. After this, you should choose the app which is freezing and then select Advanced options. At the end, you need to tap on the Reset button and once again, press the Reset button to confirm.

For installing Webroot antivirus, you should go to the official site via Www.webroot.com/secure.