The crash report looks something like this :
xception: BREAKPOINT (80000003)
Faulting Offset: 001382E2
This is being caused by the Windows update KB3132372 and the fact that Incredimail 2 has not been fixed to work with it. Therefore, many Incredimail users are having to remove that particular Windows update so that they can continue working. The only other option is to stop using Incredimail and opt for another email client software. The latter is not without its inconveniences.
Removing KB3132372 update leaves the PC vulnerable on flash security. Opting to use another email client means that you need to migrate all your Incredimail data. This can be a tedious process. Fortunately, there are utilities out there to aid in converting Incredimail files for migration. One such utility is MailMigra for Incredimail.
As a last thought, this incident shows the lack of co-ordination between an email client company and a major OS company. Somewhere along the process they are not talking to each other and many users are penalized.
UPDATE 7 January 2016 – Microsoft have released a fix for this problem. See the announcement by Incredimail by clicking on this link.