Windows 10: Is there a way to disable dwm.exe for troubleshooting purposes?
Is there a way to disable dwm.exe for troubleshooting purposes?
Hello guys, I am having very random freezes of my system (it could be after 2 hrs, or a week) and would like to try that first if possible.
Disabling dwm.exe means running Windows in its classic (win2000 looking) mode right? Is it possible on Windows 10 Pro?
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