Windows 10 Anniversary Update keeps freezing? Here’s how to fix the problem | Windows Central

While the Windows 10 Anniversary Update brings a lot of new great features and improvements, the rollout has been a bumpy road for many users. Since the update was made available to everyone, we have seen a number of issues popping up, such as problems migrating settings, apps crashing, failure to install the update and a few other problems.

However, one problem that’s affecting many users is the entire computer freezing when attempting to sign in.According to the Microsoft, some users who had moved app information to a second logical (virtual) drive came across this issue.

Currently the cumulative update KB3176938 addresses the problem, but if your Windows 10 device keeps freezing or you can’t find a way to install the update, and you’re in the situation where you have two logical drives, and you moved app data to the second drive, you can use one of these three options to try fix the problem.

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