If you have been ever using a program and an error message appears showing that there is a fault in the stack overflow or that there is an error that has been encountered and the program must close, you know how annoying this issue is. When the stack overflow error appears there is not much that can be done at that point in time to deal with the issue, however once the program is closed you will be able to deal with the root cause of the program.
The root cause of the stack overflow error is when a program uses more memory than it is supposed to. The stack is just a pre-determined amount of memory which is designed to hold the information from that particular programs activity. As the stack requirement varies between all programs there is not an actual amount that can be determined by everyday users as the stack requirements are often written into the program at very high levels of coding, not available to everyday users.
When a stack overflow error appears it means that the program has exceeded the stack allotment that was set in the original program coding. The easiest way to think about this would be that the program has two stacks of memory that it was written to use, however it has for some reason tried to use five stacks. Because the program was neither designed to use five stacks, only two stacks, the program will most likely run into an error which will bring up an error code that has a statement related to the stack overflow.
There are only a couple of ways to deal with these errors as they are only a couple of things that can be done. If the stack overflow error appears when running a specific program there is a possibility that there is an error written into the code and a newer version must be updated. As the program itself has a flaw in it there are no other real options. If the program is not the cause of the stack overflow error from coming up there is a possibility that there is not enough physical memory to satisfy the amount of stack allocation required by the program.
One of the easiest ways to ensure you avoid stack overflow error codes is to run a registry cleaner through your system. This will ensure that any issues within the registry, such as pieces of old programs taking up memory, will be avoided and in turn reduce the possibility of stack overflow error messages from coming up. The cleaner your registry is then the better the computer will run.