How to Fix Your Windows 10 Taskbar Issues

In case your Windows 10 taskbar is not working properly, this can be because of many reasons. To fix your Windows 10 taskbar issues, you need to follow the guidelines given below.

Steps for Gettings Your Windows 10 Taskbar Issues to Work

You have to use the “Task Manager” option for starting the Windows Explorer again. You have to follow the steps given below to start this procedure by using the system keyboard:

  • Press Control+ Shift+ Delete for opening the “Task Manager” option.
  • Tap on the “More Details” option for viewing the entire option available on the screen.
  • Choose the “Processes” option.
  • After that, tap on the “Windows Explorer” button.
  • After choosing the “Windows Explorer,” tap on the “Restart” button located at the end of the screen.

You have to run the System File Checker Tool. Follow the steps mentioned below to do so:

  • Click on the Control+ Shift+ Delete for opening the “Task Manager” option located on the system keyboard.
  • Choose the “File” and after that, tap on the “Run a new task” option.
  • Enter “Windows Explorer” located in the “Create new task” checkbox.
  • After that, tap on the “Ok” button.
  • By going to the “File Explorer”, visit C:\Windows\System32.
  • Search the “cmd.exe” option and after finding it, you have to right-click on that option.
  • Choose the “Run as Administrator” option provided in the drop-down menu.
  • Click on the “Yes” button.
  • Enter the “sfc/scan/scannow” and after that, let the confirmation to successfully finish.

•    You have to use the “Powershell”. It is two different procedure. the first one is to turn on the “Windows Firewall” on the system. Follow the steps given below to do so:

  • Click on the Control+ Shift+ Delete located on the system keyboard.
  • Tap on the “More Details” option for gettings the entire tabs available on the screen.
  • Choose the “Services” option.
  • Below the “Name,” find the “mpssvc” for Windows Firewall.
  • Ensure that the “Open Services” symbol is showing on the next window. In case it is not, then you have to right-click on the symbol and after that, choose the “Start” option.

You need to click on the Windows key + R provided on the system keyboard. Enter the “Powershell” into the “Run” checkbox and after that, hit the “Enter” button. Enter the given command and after that, press Enter.

You have to run the Deployment Image Servicing and Management and you can use image management commands, by following the steps mentioned below:

  • Click on the Control+ Shift+ Delete key to launch the “Task Manager” on the system keyboard.
  • Choose the “File” option.
  • After that, choose the “Run a new task” option.
  • Enter the “Windows Explorer” into the “Create new task” checkbox.
  • Tap on the “Ok” button.
  • In the “File Explorer”, go to C:\Windows\System32.
  • Search the “cmd.exe” option and after that right-click on it.
  • Choose the “Run as administrator” option located in the pull-down menu.
  • Click on the “Yes” button.
  • Enter Dism /Online /Cleanup-Image /RestoreHealth.
  • Click on the “Enter” button.

Graccey Leio is a self-professed security expert; she has been making the people aware of the security threats. Her passion is to write about Cybersecurity, cryptography, malware, social engineering, internet and new media. She  writes for Norton security products at norton.com/setup.

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