Try following it exactly:
Uninstall Oculus software
Go into device manager and uninstall the USB 3.0 Superhub and check the box to delete the driver
Go into appdata and look in all folders and delete anything oculus related.
Unplug the headset from the computer
reboot the computer
Reinstall oculus home (as a brand new setup--don't plug in your headset until it tells you to.
Got it, although your method did not do the trick but thanks for the help anyways. The antivirsus software (Bullguard) installed on my pc has a “game booster” feature that directs resources from other programs to the current game been played. However, this feature was removing resources from the Oculus software to improve gameplay causing Oculus to crash. Turning this feature off resolved the issues I was experiencing.
I don't know what fixed it, but what I did was boot into Safe Mode and uninstalled my Oculus Software alongside deleting every "Oculus" folder in Documents, AppData, and anywhere else. I also cleared the registry keys using CCleaner. I reinstalled the software and after I did, Windows 10 had 3 new updates for me (2 Cumulative updates and 1 Definition update for Defender). I installed all Windows 10 updates that were pending, went through Rift S setup again (My settings were changed back to Default, such as Guardian and IPD), and the Rift S hasn't crashed yet after several play sessions and plug/unplugs.