How To Fix PC Crashing Windows 11

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Although Windows 11 has introduced a number of exciting new features and a modern user interface, it is not impervious to bugs and occasionally experiences system failures. It can be annoying to deal with a crashed computer, but do not worry! We'll look at four efficient fixes for PC crashing difficulties in Windows 11 and system stability in this blog post. So let's start right now!

Update the device drivers for Windows 11

The stability of your entire system depends on having the most recent versions of your operating system and device drivers. How to do it:

  1. To access the Settings app, press Windows key + I.
  2. In the left-hand pane, select "Windows Update".
  3. Select "Check for updates" and watch while Windows looks for and applies the most recent updates.
  4. Update your device drivers similarly. To update a device's driver, right-click on the Start button, choose "Device Manager," and then do the same for each device.

Check for viruses and malware

Your computer may experience crashes and other performance problems as a result of malware and viruses. Checking for malware

  • Launch Windows Security by typing its name into the taskbar search.
  • In the left-hand pane, select "Virus & threat protection".
  • Select "Scan options" from the list of "Current threats"
  • Choose "Full scan" and press "Scan now." Windows will run a threat scan on your computer.

Check for overheating 

A common reason for system crashes is overheating. To stop this:

  1. Turn off your computer and unhook it from the power supply.
  2. Open the computer case and thoroughly clear the fans and heat sinks of dust and dirt.
  3. If you see that the thermal paste on the CPU has dried out, reapply it.
  4. Make sure your PC is aired properly and set it up in a well-ventilated space.

Execute a System File Check (SFC) 

In Windows 11, damaged system files may cause instability. To perform an SFC check:

  • Start Command Prompt with administrative rights by selecting "Windows Terminal (Admin)" from the context menu when you right-click on the Start button.
  • Enter "sfc /scannow" after you have typed it. Corrupted files will be found and repaired by the system.
  • Restart your computer after the procedure is finished.


PC crashes in Windows 11 might be annoying, but you can restore stability and boost the performance of your system by using these four efficient techniques. To address any potential problems, keep in mind to often update Windows and device drivers, scan for malware, look for overheating, and do a system file check. You can experience a stable and crash-free computing environment on Windows 11 by following these steps.

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