Right now, simply launching an affected app – like EarTrumpet, Kodi, Tweeten, Arduino IDE, or Evernote – could crash your machine. Or they could work for a while and crash the machine later. Worse, if any of those apps are configured to start at boot, you could end up in an endless reboot-crash-reboot cycle.
Users running Windows 10 and the latest AMD Catalyst drivers represent the popular class of folks having the issue. But the problem isn’t specific to AMD customers. It could snag you via another driver that Microsoft hasn’t seen yet.https://www.thurrott.com/windows/windows-10/82394/desktop-bridge-powered-apps-can-crash-windows-stay-away-now