About a month ago, Microsoft office 2016 product key
released Windows 8 Release Preview and Windows Server 2012 Release Preview for end users. Many users who are running the latest versions of Windows are experiencing a common problem while performing multimedia activities or media such as: The operating system hangs naturally while watching video, tuning edit video files, browse the Internet, or perform other multimedia activities. To fix this, most users make a temporary solution using the bcdedit / set disabledynamictick yes command in the Command Prompt window to disable the system's dynamic tick feature. In the long run, however, this can reduce the life of a laptop battery and affect the system's energy efficiency. Microsoft has just released a hotfix to address these issues in Windows 8 and Windows Server 2012. Users can download the hotfix. If you have disabled dynamic markup by using the above mentioned command, you should re-enable it by running bcdedit / set disabledynamictick before you install the hotfix. Allowing live markup to work helps reduce battery usage.
Updates to fix this problem are also available from Windows Update. To install the updates, run Windows product key
Update by typing wuapp in the Run dialog box (using Windows + R to launch the Run dialog box), clicking (or touching) the Updates button, and then choosing to install the hotfix KB2727113. , and finally restart your computer to fix the problem.