Explorer.exe App Hang Event ID 1002?

  1.    31 Mar 2017 #1

    Explorer.exe App Hang Event ID 1002?

    Okay so a few days ago I had posted that my computer had frozen or GUI had stopped working, well today it happened again but this time I had decided to wait and turns out that I had gotten an App Hang error for explorer.exe

    So I have the file showing the error and my question is that could it have been caused by classic shell? Since I installed that on my Windows 10 computer back in February and just now got this error this week. Could it have been that or could it have been due to the March 25th cumulative update?

    BTW this happened after taking my computer out of sleep mode after 20hrs. I have done this before and had no issues with it in the past.
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