Windows 10 system provides many features that help you to watch videos without any interruption. If the Windows 10 system displays an error when playing a video and the video starts to stutter, read the following solutions to troubleshoot the video stuttering Windows 10 issues.

Video stuttering Windows 10

Solution-1: Update the Windows software

  • When you are using an outdated Windows software, the system finds it difficult to play the videos. Therefore, go on to update the Windows software of the device.
  • Click the Start icon on the desktop and then select the Settings icon to open the Settings window.
  • Select the Update & Security menu and then choose Windows Update from the left navigation panel.
  • On the right-side pane, select Check for Updates and see if there are any updates available.
  • If any update shows up, select and proceed to update the software.
  • When the update is complete, the system restarts.
  • Check if the video stuttering Windows 10 issue has been resolved.

Solution-2: Update the system graphics driver

  • Open the Settings window again and go to the Update & Security menu.
  • From the left navigation panel, select the Recovery menu.
  • Under Advanced Startup, click the Restart Now button to start the system in boot mode.
  • Once the system reboots, a list of boot options appears on the screen. Select Safe Mode.
  • Following that, find the device manager using the search bar on the desktop.
  • In the Device Manager window, click the Display adapters on the left-side panel to view the display devices of the system.
  • Now, right-click the display adapter you are currently using and select Uninstall.
  • When the system prompts to confirm the action, click Yes and proceed.
  • Restart the computer. Later, open the Settings window and select Update & Security.
  • Perform the system update, which updates the display adapter. Now, check if the video stuttering Windows 10 has been fixed.