Microsoft’s Windows 10 Is a Marvel and You Can Choose a Free Upgrade Right Now!

In the meantime, the BSOD issues in Microsoft Windows 10 can be solved by enabling UEFI Boot from the BIOS and disabling all overclocking options for the processor at the same time. First, go to C: > Windows > Software Distribution > Download and delete all the files stored in here. You need to delete the $Windows. ~BT folder in the root directory of C:

Keep in mind that the Windows 10 update process is problematic due to bugs and glitches in the OS. Therefore, it is advised that you perform a clean installation of the OS by downloading the ISO files from Microsoft’s official website.

A bootable installation media needs to be created through Microsoft’s Media Creation Tool. Reboot your Computer and bring up the BIOS menu. You should disable all overclocking options for your processor and Enable UEFI Boot in the BIOS Boot section.

In the meantime, Mozilla’s Chris Beard recently declared that during the upgrade to Windows 10, users are not provided with a clear path to keep their custom settings and takes twice as many clicks as it used to. Beard said, “These changes aren’t unsettling to us because we’re the organization that makes Firefox”.

Stay tuned for more updates on Windows 10!