Issue: How to Fix “Logosys has stopped working” error on Windows 10?
I have encountered “Logosys has stopped working” error while working on my Windows 10 computer. Does it need that I should do something about the program I was using?
“Application.exe has stopped working” is an error message that warns about crashed program. This issue is known probably since the appearance of Windows. No matter how much improvements and upgrades this operating system received from Microsoft, some problems still occur and cause this annoying alert.
The pop-up warning typically shows up when a program stops running and needs to shut down by force. Numerous reasons can cause “Application.exe has stopped working” error. It might be related to:
- malware attack,
- problems with compatibility settings,
- issues with temporary files,
- corrupted registry entries,
- damaged system files.
However, detecting and solving one of the problems mentioned above will help to fix “Application.exe has stopped working” error on Windows 10.
Methods to solve “Application.exe has stopped working” error on Windows 10
Before trying the methods below, you should restart the program that was responsible for the error. It might be just a one-time error that never shows up again. Sometimes it happens when the device lacks of system resources. Therefore, you have to close the program and stop all the processes that might be running in the background:
- Close the error message.
- Open Task Manager.
- Kill all processes related to the program that crashed.
- Restart the program.
If the error does not show up again, it may have been only a temporary issue. Thus, you do not need to take any other steps. Otherwise, try one of these options.
Method 1. Scan for computer viruses and malware
If your computer is infected with malware, it might cause software crashes. As a result “Application.exe has stopped working” alert pop ups. If you suspect that your device may have been attacked, you should scan the device with an in-built security software Windows Defender or employ Reimage or your preferred anti-malware tool.
Method 2. Configure compatibility settings
If you use some older software on Windows 10, there might be some compatibility issues that cause “Application.exe has stopped working” problem. However, you can change compatibility settings and solve the error:
- Go to the installation folder of the crashed program.
- Find the .exe file. Right-click on it and choose Properties.
- Go to Compatibility tab. Place the tick near the box saying ”Run this program in compatibility mode for.”
- Choose another Windows version from the drop-down menu.
- Click OK.
Method 2. Run troubled program as administrator
Some programs can work properly only if they do not have administrative rights. Therefore, you can disable particular features of the crashed program and check if it was the case.
- Access the installation folder of the corrupted app.
- Find the .exe file and right-click on it. Choose Properties options from the appeared list.
- Open Compatibility tab. Tick the box near “Run as Administrator” option.
- Click OK to confirm the changes.
Method 3. Delete Registry values
If you have installed an uninstalled program more than once, some of the files may have left in the computer and Windows registry. Therefore, you should run the Registry clean. It will delete all remaining values of the crashing program. Then you will be able to reinstall the program again, and it should work smoothly now.
What is more, you should also delete files from the installation folder located in C: partition. Furthermore, you have access App Data folder by entering %appdata% in Windows search box.
Note. Before making any changes in Windows Registry, you should backup it first. If something goes wrong, you could restore everything and avoid irreparable damage.
Method 3. Delete temporary files
Temporary files might be the cause of numerous problems, including our discussed issue. In order to fix “Application.exe has stopped working” error, you may need to clean temporary files:
- Open This PC.
- Right-click on the system partition.
- Open Properties.
- Click on Disc Cleanup button.
- In the appeared window, check boxes next to Temporary files.
- Click OK to clean temporary files.