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remove the memory card , an reset it . small pin hole in side.
use a free program manager to see what is running at all times . uninstall or disable them programs in your startup.
go to your settings an disable all updates .
it might have a memory or cpu issue too.
In most cases, to avoid freezing, keep battery charged and turn off wireless when it's not being used. To properly reset, hold power switch to the right for 15 seconds.
Resetting the device is not a bad thing, most electronic devices need it to be done. It can be annoying, but it's not fatal.
I would keep track of how many times you need to reset the device. Once the amount get over a few times per day, honestly, I would call Kindle Support. They've got the necessary software to look further into your Kindle.