Last Updated on October 27, 2016
Sometimes while playing videos on YouTube, you may have experienced freezing of the video stream while the audio plays normally. You are not alone. This is a very common problem with Chrome on Windows 10.
Whether it is a bad display driver or some obscure configuration of your computer that is causing this problem is not really clear.
The first thing that you should do is to update the display drivers for your hardware. Use the links below to download the latest one for your particular hardware you are rocking.
chrome://flags/#disable-accelerated-video-decode in the address bar of Chrome and press Enter. On the highlighted value, click on
Disable. This will toggle the setting and will turn it
After that, restart your browser and try playing a video on YouTube. This time, the video will not freeze.