If you are seeing an error message that says “Invalid floating point state“, it means that there is something wrong with the Region Settings in Windows. This is a small glitch that throws this error and prevents you to work on your system.
However, this can be fixed easily by making a small change in the Region Settings. So, let’s see how to fix the Invalid floating point state error in Windows 10.
Solution: Through Clock and Region in Control Panel
Step 1: Go to the Start button on your desktop and type Control Panel in the search field. Now, left click on the result to open the Control Panel window.
Step 2: In the Control Panel window, change the View by to Category. Now, click on Clock and Region.
Step 3: In the next window, click on Region.
Step 4: In the Region dialogue box, under the Formats tab, click on the Additional Settings button.
Step 5: In the next dialogue box, Customize Format, under the Numbers tab, go to the Decimal symbol field and set it to comma (,).
Press Apply and then OK to save the changes.
You will be back to the Region dialogue box. Press Apply and OK again to save the changes and exit.
You should no more see the error and you can easily access your apps and browsers on your Windows 10 PC.