Issue: How to Optimize Windows 10 after Anniversary Update?
Hello. Recently downloaded an Anniversary update and upgraded the system. Everything went ok, but after that I noticed that PC works slower than it used to before. On top of that, sometimes when I reboot it, the system freezes at around 20secs and the message saying “Microsoft Windows is not responding” appears. What should I do to stop this mix-up?
Although scheduled on July, long awaited Windows 10 update has been finally released on August 2, 2016. The update is vividly referred to as “Anniversary update.” If earlier updates used to touch some of the system parts, the newest Anniversary update includes much more changes touching all the corners of the Windows system. From the first glimpse, it seems that Windows specialists have heard all the complaints and analyzed all the deficiencies. However, it seems that slow downs, loads of errors, freezes, crashes, and similar issues torturing Windows 10 users were not amended, but rather increased.
Critics not spare observations and blame Windows for hurrying with the release as it turns out that the number of errors and other issues is huge. Here are several of Windows Anniversary Update errors:
- Driver Partitions Missing
- Update Error 0x8024200D
- Storage Errors
- Incompatible software errors
- 0x800F0922 error
- 0xc1900104 error
- Slowdown of the system, etc.
The list is very long, but in this post we are not going to name all the Anniversary Update errors. Here we would like to provide a couple of useful tips that would help you to optimize Windows 10 system in general. If you are suffering from serious slowdowns, crashes, and freezes after launching Windows Anniversary update (version 1607), try to improve system’s performance by yourself.
How to fix Windows 10 slowdowns, freezes, and crashes after Anniversary Update?
Specialists have already tested what could be done to improve Windows 10 performance after Anniversary update. There are a number of fixes spreading around, but here we are going to mention the ones that seemed to be helping.
NOTE: all the Windows 10 Anniversary Update fixes should be initiated while in the Safe Mode.
Fix 1. Change Start value for AppXsvc
- Start Windows in a Safe Mode. For that, hold the Shift key at the login screen and click the Power (lower right corner). Keep holding Shift key and select Restart.
- After that, hold Windows key and press R. Enter regedit into the search bar and click OK.
- Browse for HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE\SYSTEM\ControlSet001\Services\AppXSvc in the Registry Editor and change the value from Start to 4.
- As soon as you do that, restart the PC into Normal mode. See if the system works better.
Fix 2. Change the Location of App Install
- Hold the Windows key and press A.
- Select All Settings – System.
- Locate Storage (on the left) and change the location from under Save Locations.
- If the location is C:/, change it to the secondary drive.
- If it’s not C:/, then make it to be.
Fix 3. Install Rapid Storage Technology
- Go to the official Intel website and download the latest Rapid Storage Technology. Reboot Windows and see if Anniversary Update errors have gone.
Fix 4. Undo Anniversary Update
Going back to the previous build would disable Anniversary Update. It means that all the errors that came along with it should be disabled too. Keep in mind that Windows is continuously releasing updates, so it’s very likely that you will soon be able to get an improved error-free Windows 10 update.
Thus, to go back to the previous build you have to:
- Hold Shift at the login screen and click Power (lower right corner). When holding Shift, select Restart.
- After that, select Troubleshoot – Advanced Options – Go back to previous build.
- After that, you will be asked to choose User Account. Click on your User Account, enter password, and select Continue.
- Finally, select Go Back to Previous Build.
Fix 5. Install PC optimization tool
To fix Windows Anniversary Update errors, including slowdowns, freezes, and crashes, it is advisable to install Reimage. This software is capable of detecting registry errors, corrupted system files, missing files or virus/PUP infections. Therefore, using a professional software may also help to fix Windows 10 freezes and crashes.
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