The Windows 10 freezing after the Anniversary Update has been know for some time now. Although we don’t have a patch released yet but we can try to fix it for the time being with some workarounds. So to fix Windows 10 freezing After Anniversary Update, you have two alternatives. First is to do a clean install and the second one is rolling back to the previous Windows 10 version. This fix has helped many users but at the same time for many others, the issue could not be fixed.
How to Fix Windows 10 Freezing After Anniversary Update Install
If you wish to Roll Back to Previous Windows 10 version:
1. Go to Settings, then Update & security.
2. Then under Go back to an earlier build, click on Get Started.
3. Now the wizard to roll back Windows 10 will appear. Follow the steps to complete the process.
If you wish to do a Clean Install, then here is what you can do:
1. Get a Microsoft media creation tool downloaded. Choose the Windows version 32-bit or 64-bit that is running on your PC.
2. Then select to create installation media for another PC and choose the remaining options as per the requirement.
3. Now you need to burn to a DVD. You may also burn to an USB.
4. Finally you need to set the PC to boot from the media and then install.