Windows system user interface issues can sometimes give a bad experience for users. One of these elements is the Taskbar in Windows 10 that sometimes doesn’t work properly or sometimes come to a freeze.
If you have come to experience this type of issue with your Windows 10 Taskbar, then this article might be of great help to you. Basically, there are a number of ways to fix this issue. Here are some of them.
Restarting Windows Explorer
- Simply press the combination of Windows key + R keys on your keyboard in order to launch the Run prompt. Then, enter taskmgr.exe and press Enter to go to the Task Manager.
- Go to the tab Processes and scroll down to Windows Explorer below the list which is obviously in alphabetical order
- Once you select Windows Explorer, click the Restart button at the lower right corner. Restart your computer in a bit and see if that solved your issue.
Checking For Bad Explorer Add-Ons
You can simply reboot your Windows 10 computer via a clean boot state. You can determine the cause via trial and error procedure. Try to disable a number of add-ons that you have installed or remove it and check if that fixed the issue.
Re-Registering The Taskbar
Another method to fix this issue is by using the Windows Powershell. This is a command line tool used to configure your system settings, and then automate the Windows tasks.
Take note that this method requires some expertise regarding Windows Powershell. Thus, you need to ensure that you have created a system restore point before you proceed.
This method also requires administrator privileges, so you need to be careful running Powershell from the desktop. If you are not confident to tinker with this option, then you shouldn’t hesitate to ask for help.