The most widely used operating system in the world, Windows OS, created and marketed by Microsoft, is characterized by its accessibility. Thanks to a lightweight interface and a very explicit structure, the various versions of Windows OS can be easily used by anyone, even novices. However, like any system, it can sometimes be overloaded or experience a bug, especially when playing a game. In such a case, with the risk of losing your evolution, there is a good chance that you will panic. However, the situation is not desperate for all that.
Here are a few reflexes to have to restore the normal course.
A phenomenon often linked to computer performanceIf you notice that your Windows computer crashes while you play, consider that this is probably related to the hardware characteristics of your device. In fact, most stocks on the market require a large amount of RAM, a certain level of computing speed and a large graphics memory. These features are necessary to be able to run the countless lines of code simultaneously and display the high-definition images that are hidden behind each video game. So, if you want to enjoy the games that will be available on the new PS5 on your computer, for example, you will need to opt for a computer with top-of-the-range performance.If it turns out that your PC does not have a certain amount of power, it is logical that your Windows system crashes in the middle of the game. Here are some solutions to correct the situation.
1.Stop other processesWhen your system crashes in the middle of a game session, it could mean that the opus is running out of space to keep running.
So one of the first reflexes to have is to stop other applications in progress (except for the system processes, of course). To do this, press the keyboard combination Ctrl Shift Esc. This combination launches the task manager. Then go to the "Processes" tab, then double-click on the memory tab to sort by order of importance the applications that consume the most RAM. So stop all processes that are not useful to you at the moment, to make space for your game.
2.Put the computer to sleepOverheating can also cause your Windows operating system to crash during a game.
To do this, when you notice that the computer has crashed, briefly press the power button on your computer (by default, this action puts the computer to sleep); if, for example, you had programmed the screen to flip to sleep, then flip the screen down. Then, once the computer is off, let it rest for a few moments (30 minutes to 1 hour) before returning to continue your session of PES 2021, Watch Dog or The Walking Dead.