If you are having catastrophic windows freezes, get rid of Google Drive. It’s toxic bacteria to your computer and hard to pinpoint.
I know that I have seen this in older topics here, but they were old posts and I didn’t see a resolution that works for me. Some example suggestions were deleting desktop.ini files in the Drive Sync folder, and turning off sync indicators.For a long time I have had issues with Explorer.exe crashing for no obvious reason, with the event log generally reporting a fauling module path involving MSCVR90.dll. Eventually I installed Visual Studio for unrelated reasons, and, with a debugger now available, the stac