Nowadays, while troubleshooting crashes, Windows users sometimes come across the entry “The beta feature EseDiskFlushConsistency is enabled” in Event Viewer which gives rise to discussions about how to disable EseDiskFlushConsistency. For most of the time, the best solution is to turn off Superfetch. Depending on the situation, you could also change power plan,
update driver, run troubleshooter and so on. Read to the end to put an end to the crashing and put your windows PC to good use.
What Must Be Done
Turn Off Superfetch
- Step 1: Press Windows key, type services.msc and hit Enter.
- Step 2: In Service, locate Superfetch, right-click it and pick Properties.
- Step 3: Hit Stop, select Apply and choose OK.
- Step 4: Restart your computer.
- Step 5: When the screen comes back on, see how things turn out.
Change Power Plan
- Step 1: Locate the battery icon on your taskbar, right-click it and pick Power Options.
- Step 2: Select Create a power plan, tick the High performance circle and choose Next.
- Step 3: Hit Continue, restart your computer and determine whether the issue persists.
- Step 1: Press Windows key, type devmgmt.msc and hit Enter.
- Step 2: In Device Manager, expand Display adapters, right-click your graphics card and pick Update driver.
- Step 3: Hit Search automatically for updated driver software, allow the process to go all the way and restart your computer after the update finishes.
Note: On occasions, it’s a good idea to uninstall and reinstall the driver.
- Step 1: Open Device Manager, right-click your graphics card in Display adapters and pick Uninstall device.
- Step 2: Proceed to check the Delete the driver software for this device checkbox before hitting OK.
- Step 3: Restart your computer.
- Step 1: Press Windows + I to open Settings, click Update & Security and pick Troubleshoot.
- Step 2: Select Additional troubleshooters, choose Search and indexing and hit Run the troubleshooter.
- Step 3: If the troubleshooter manages to discover what might have gone wrong and offer a fix, hit Apply this fix and restart your computer.
Games Crashing On Windows: Preventions
- In case you don’t know, Steam eats a lot of memory as it updates games which increases the odds of crashing. To stop that, launch Steam, open Settings, make your way to Downloads and uncheck the checkbox next to Allow downloads during gameplay.
- For optimal immersion, you should consider enabling Focus assist. The process is linear: open Settings, select System, choose Focus assist and hit Alarms only.
- Obsolescence makes it hard for computers to support the latest games so you should check for updates every now and then. To do so, open Settings, select Update & Security and choose Check for update in Windows Update. If an update is available, allow Windows to download and install it then restart your computer.
- You have some money to spend? In that case, it won’t hurt to upgrade from HDD (Hard Disk Drive) to SSD (Solid State Drive). Compared to HDD, SDD boasts superior speed, reasonable power consumption, low noise level and so on. As a result, while HDD costs more than HDD, the values that you receive in the long term match the price.
- Quite a few factors affect the performance of games and the availability of resources is one of them. To ensure that your games receive enough resources, you should shut down non-essential apps, background processes, etc. Here is what must be done: Right-click an empty space on the taskbar then pick Task Manager. Next, locate unimportant items, right-click each of them and pick End task.
- Windows include Gaming mod to help people get the most out of games so it’s wise to enable Game Mode: Open Settings, select Gaming, choose Gaming mode and toggle on the Game Mode switch.