In Windows 10, the taskbar freezes and the computer becomes unresponsive when trying to use USB Tethering from an Android device.
Open the Run box using Ctrl-R.
Type in “mmc devmgmt.msc” to open Device Manager.
Go to the top “View” menu and click “Show hidden devices”.
Go to “Network Adapters” in the list and find the device that mentions “NDIS”, such as “Remote NDIS based Internet Sharing Device.
Right click on the item and choose “Update Driver Software”.
“Browse my computer for driver software”.
“Let me pick from a list of device drivers on my computer”.
Uncheck “Show compatible hardware”.
Scroll down to and select Microsoft.
Look on the right side and select “Remote NDIS Compatible Device”.
USB Tethering should now work properly.