This is one of the better articles found related to Windows 10 troubleshooting for system crashes (e.g., BSOD)
QUOTE:    Just to be clear, this article deals with system crashes, not application crashes or system hangs. In a full system crash, the operating system has concluded that something has gone so wrong (such as memory corruption) that continued operation could cause serious or catastrophic results. Therefore, the OS attempts to shut down as cleanly as possible – saving system state information in the process – then restarts (if set to do so) as a refreshed environment and with debug information ready to be analyzed.
Why Windows 10 crashes— Once known as the Ring Protection Scheme, Windows 10 operates in both User Mode (Ring 3) and Kernel Mode (Ring 0). The idea is simple; run core operating system code and device drivers in Kernel Mode and software applications and user mode drivers in User Mode. For applications to access the services of the OS and the hardware, they must call upon Windows services that act as proxies. Thus, by blocking User Mode code from having direct access to Kernel Mode, OS operations are generally well protected. In most cases, it is third-party drivers living in Kernel Mode that make erroneous calls, such as to non-existent memory or to overwrite OS code, that result in system failures. And, yes, it is true that Window itself is seldom at fault.
The time it takes you to read this article and to set up WinDbg will be well compensated when you find that you’ll be able to resolve most BSODs in less than a minute without help and for free. And remember that a careful study of Windows Internalswill extend your new-found skills dramatically.
WHERE TO FIND BSOD HELP

AutorunCheck
Tool
: http://imaginelan.net/autoruncheck-home/

ConfigSafe
Tool:
http://imaginelan.net/configsafe-home/

Windows 10 Forums
Forum:
http://www.windows10forums.com/

Microsoft Autoruns
Tool:
https://technet.microsoft.com/en-us/sysinternals/bb963902

Microsoft DaRT
Tool:
http://www.microsoft.com/en-us/windows/enterprise/products-and-technologies/mdop/dart.aspx

WhoCrashed
Tool:
http://www.resplendence.com/whocrashed

WinDbg
Tool:
http://msdn.microsoft.com/en-us/windows/hardware/gg463009.aspx

WindowsSecrets
Forum:
http://windowssecrets.com/forums/forumdisplay.php/68-Windows-10-Forum