The Windows 10 Anniversary Update is the primary refurbishment for the OS and its isn’t free from imperfections. Well, that was obvious. In its Microsoft Answers, the organization said that it has gotten complaints of Windows 10 freezing (which is called system hung) in the Anniversary Update. It takes note of that, this issue was seen on baseband where the OS was installed on the solid state drive (SSD), while applications and information were installed on a different drive. The organization likewise said that it is searching for a careful and respective answer for the issue and has given users a temporary work to upgrade for the time being.
Microsoft suggests that the users need to sign in their account with their ID and then they need to put it in a safe mode and then they have to move their apps and data to the same drive as their operating system to run the data and files smoothly. Microsoft has given a deadline of 2 days to roll back all the updates from the system.
Users are required to restart their PC and at the sign-in screen, hold down the shift key while selecting Power > Restart. After the PC restarts, they should see the ‘Choose an option’ screen. There, they can select Troubleshoot > Advanced options > Go Back to previous build. If users do not see this screen, they are advised to try the other option that requires the user to use the Settings app from Safe Mode.