There is a Windows registry in every Windows based PC. The files present in that registry are integral to the operation of your computer. As time passes, some files may be misplaced, lost or become corrupt. Frequent crashes are usually the symptom of when that happens. To rule out the possibility, run the windows registry cleaner. It searches your Windows registry for problems and automatically fixes them.
2. Malware And Viruses
Malware can come in different forms. It can be a virus gotten by opening a strange email or a spyware that is automatically downloaded to your computer from a site. There are a lot of programs that can solve these issues and protect your computer from them in the future.
A hardware issue could also be the cause of the frequent crashes you are experiencing. Your computer includes a fan that is meant to keep your CPU running cool. If the fan wears out and can't keep the CPU cool, it will overheat, leading to an imminent crash.
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