I have now, came to the conclusion, it has something to do with Windows 10. I had it happen again! After making that God awful buzzing sound when it freezes the PC, I rebooted, and all my music files were then all marked opens with 'Groove music;
I went on line to see what exactly Groove music was. Its a windows store ap, that I never loaded or signed up for
So not only do I have UM Player, I have an Acer Player a Windows player (Not the same as groove) and the stupid Groove music player
The Windows player, is actually a really nice well made player. The thing I dont like about it is, it doesnt have the playlist feature that the UMPlayer has. otherwise I would use that
The Acer player doesnt seem to work at all
So then I decided to uninstall Groove music. It isnt on the uninstall list. I dont know why I would need groove music if I already have Windows and acer players??
I am starting to think Groove music is some way for Microsoft to keep track of what people are listening to.
Chris, I found out it wasnt Avast thats causing the Crashes and I listen to the music off line and would never go online without Avast or an anti virus