After installing Docker on my Windows 10 machine, I experience these random freezes. The frequency is 1-3 times per day at any given hour. My desktop will just freeze and require forced shutdown from the power button.
When I've uninstalled Docker and disabled hyper-v this problem disappeared. So I know it's to do with docker/hyper-v.
Same issue here, but i get BSOD, with error: SYNTHETIC WATCHDOG TIMEOUT
Machine: win10 build 1903 Linux Containers AMD FX4100 M5A97 Motherboard
Disabling Docker for Windows restabilizes my PC
I'm going to try switching to Windows Insider Preview - Fast Ring for build >=18917 Then use linux docker within WSL 2 (https://docs.microsoft.com/en-us/windows/wsl/wsl2-install)
Went through these guides: https://scotch.io/bar-talk/trying-the-new-wsl-2-its-fast-windows-subsystem-for-linux https://docs.docker.com/docker-for-windows/wsl-tech-preview/
and it works way better. It's clean and far more efficient, and doesn't freeze/bsod (so far) - MUCH faster I/O performance, which I actually think contributed to my freezes.