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Sometimes we find ourselves in a situation where your logging screen freezes up and we are unable to move to the next screen. Being stuck at the login screen or shortly after is not a major issue.
However, some users have reported that their Windows 10 sometime stuck at the login screen. This issue causes the users to waste their valuable time, that they should have spent in performing any task.
With every Windows update, there are many new amazing and cool features that are being introduced into the Windows 10 platform. However, with every update, there are some bugs that the users have to face.
But don’t worry we are here to guide you and to solve every problem that you are facing on your Windows platform PC.
In this article, I am going to tell you about a minor issue that causes your Windows 10 device to be stuck or freezes at the login screen.
How To Solve Stuck At Login Screen In Windows 10 Issue
The most common cause of this issue is an outdated device, Anti Virus, and sometimes corrupted software update.
Solution 1: Driver Update And Compatibility
If you have an old device running on Windows 10 platform then you might face this issue. Maybe your drivers are outdated. IF you have recently updated your drivers then there is a chance that you have updated with the wrong driver which is causing this issue.
To check for new updates visit Windows Update & Security center. Moreover, you can manually check for the driver in the device manager, You can also download drivers directly from the manufacture website.
How To Roll Back Drivers
Follow this method to remove and install new drivers.
- Press the Windows button + X to open the Quick Access Menu.
- In this menu, select Device Manager.
- Now locate the driver that you want to remove.
- Right-click on the driver and select properties.
- Click on the Driver Tap.
- Now select “Roll Back Driver”.
Once you have Rolled Back Driver then you can update it with the driver you want to. You can also use driver removal tools to easily remove and install drivers.
Solution 2: Configure Your Anti Virus
Whenever you turn on your PC and the first program that starts running is an Anti Virus. You should remove the automatic turn-on of the Antivirus when you log in. To remove this you have to configure your Antivirus program to open on command only.
Once you have configured your Anti Virus, this issue should have been resolved. If the issue is still there then you should disable your Anti Virus for a little while and check for the issue. If the issue is resolved then change your Anti Virus program.
Solution 3: Windows Troubleshooter
- Open the Start Menu and search for “Control Panel”.
- Select Troubleshoot.
- Select “View All” on the left side of the screen.
- Select System Mentainance and follow all of the instructions given by the system.
Solution 4: Check Startup Programs
- Press “Ctrl + Shift + Esc” to open Task Manager.
- Select the Startup tab from the list of the menu on the top.
- Now disable all of the programs that you don’t want to start when you log in.
Now check if the issue still exists.
Hope so this tutorial was helpful, We are grateful for the trust you have placed in us.
Regards: Team Windows Boy