Your computer is a finely tuned piece of equipment. When all things are right, or correct, it runs like a well oiled machine: no problems, lightening fast, and gets the job done. But when something goes wrong, it runs like a rusty old clunker. In other words, all kinds of things can go wrong. And it is these things going wrong which makes your computer keep freezing.
There are 3 things, which can make your computer freeze: viruses, spyware, and registry problems. We have all heard of viruses. Chances are you already have good anti-virus software on your computer. So this should not be a problem.
The second item is spyware, or adware. These items have been in the news so much in the last 2 years you should have heard of this. If you have not, then you should be worried. As you surf the internet, little cookies are being dropped onto your computer to identify you. Most of these are harmless. They are the things which tell a website what you have in your shopping cart. But every now and then, you end up with some that are spying and tracking your movements and sending this information to other websites. You need to get rid of these.
The last item is your registry, and most likely the cause of your problem. Registry files tell the computer what to do. If these files are messed up or missing, the computer does not know what to do. This is what makes your computer keep freezing. You can download an error cleaner and fix software and get rid of all of these issues. I always start with my registry when I have problems. And I always run the registry cleaner once a week, just to ensure my computer runs fine. For just 5 minutes worth of time, you can keep your computer from freezing.
Michael Baker is a Computer Optimization Technician, and recommends getting a Free Computer Scan to fix any problems such as computers freezing, locking up, restarting for no reason, and getting the blue death screen.