Force your frozen Surface to shut down
Whether your Surface Pro, Laptop, or Studio is also unresponsive, abide by this method in order to shut it down and then restart it:
- First of all, you have to press and hold the power button till the display disables. Now this will take roughly 10 seconds, but on rare occasions, so then it probably takes longer.
- So now you have to let go of the power button and then wait several seconds.
- Now press the power button again to turn the Surface back on. Similarly, the Windows logo should visible on the screen.
That’s all. This method probably looks clear or intuitive, and in reality, it is at times you know the way to do it. But whether you are a new Surface owner dealing with freeze-ups for the first time. Similarly, it can be thoroughly maddening whether you don’t know how to fix the issue
However, in the rare case simply this does not force your Surface in order to shut down. Simply hold the power button for as long as it takes for the device in order to reboot on its own. On a few occasions, so then I had to hold the power button for as long as 30 seconds. Thus but eventually, my Surface Pro restarted.
Although after you have fixed the freeze-up problem, it is also a good idea. In order to check for software updates and install them impulsively. Because refused updates could be contributing to the cause of your issue. Only search “check for updates” in your taskbar search, and then tap the “Check for updates” box in the Windows Update window which is visible.
Also, read this article: What Are The Ways To Clear Print Spooler On Windows?
Reset Frozen Surface Pro 3-Conclusion
Similarly every week or so, whether I don’t remember in order to restart it on my own. Just like my Surface, Pro will irregularly freeze up. Normally after it’s been asleep for a whilst and I wake it and try to get right down to business. (This frequent freeze rate was apparently one cause why tech reviews site Consumer Reports recently blasted the entire Surface line. However, those ratings didn’t apply to the new generation of Surfaces.