With SU open, go to Window > Preferences > OpenGL. Click on the Details button to check which graphics hardware is being used.
Are you using a laptop? By default, the integrated Intel graphics is used to save power. You must direct laptops to used the more powerful graphics card in that situation.
Any SU plugins installed?
Sending in bugsplat crash reports with your email address entered?
Ignore the 0 RAM report from Checkup. That’s related to a known MS bug on how that sort of stuff can be recognized.
And last, but not least, there have been some unfortunately timed, buggy MS updates with VC++, some security updated for Windows 10 and the most recent issues with Windows 10 Creators.update - all which don’t play nice with SU. But let’s start with the some of the basics first (listed above), including, did you install SU by r-clicking on the downloaded installer and choose Run as administrator?