There are millions of gamers on Windows platform, and since most Windows 7 and Windows 8 users have updated to Windows 10, it’s safe to say that Windows 10 is currently the most popular gaming system. Despite its popularity, it seems that games crash on Windows 10, so let’s see if we can fix this somehow.
What to do if Your Game Crashes in Windows 10
Solution 1 – Update your display drivers
Depending on what type of graphic card you’re using it’s always good to keep your drivers updated. To do so, you need to find the model of your graphic card and visit the manufacturer’s website for the latest drivers. If there are Windows 10 drivers available make sure that you download them, but if your manufacturer didn’t release Windows 10 drivers yet you can just download the latest drivers for Windows 8 and use them instead.
All your drivers need to be updated, but doing it manually is very annoying, so we recommend you to download this driver updater tool (100% safe and tested by us) to do it automatically.
Solution 2 – Update your Windows 10
If this is a Windows 10 issue, it’s always good to keep your Windows 10 up to date. This seems like a major problem, so it’s most likely that Microsoft will fix this issue with a next Windows 10 update. If your drivers are updated as well as your Windows 10, in most cases that’s enough to fix any game crashes. If the problem persists, it will probably be fixed with newest Windows 10 update.
Solution 3 – Run your games in window mode
As you probably know most games can be run in windowed or fullscreen mode, and if you experience crashes with your games on Windows 10 it doesn’t hurt to try running them in windowed mode. To do this, you need to go to video settings in your game and find the option to run it in window mode. Many games come with application that allows you to set display settings before running the game, so you can try using them as well if you can’t start your game.
We also have to mention Steam platform, because it’s the biggest gaming platform on PC, so if you have any problems specifically related to Steam games, you can try to find the solution in our article about problems with Steam games in Windows 10. Also if you’re having some Windows 10 problem that is not related to games, you can search for the solution in our Windows 10 Fix section.
That would be all, if you have any comments, or suggestions, just leave your thoughts in the comments section, below.