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Many Windows users, who have recently upgraded their system to Windows 10, have face issues such as tasks bar completely freezing. In this situation, you might be unable to click on any element on the taskbar, i.e. start menu, notifications, and icons. There are some minor things that can cause the biggest problems, such as Unresponsive taskbar. – PowerPoint PPT presentation

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Quick methods to fix a Frozen Windows 10
Taskbar Many Windows users, who have recently
upgraded their system to Windows 10, have face
issues such as tasks bar completely freezing. In
this situation, you might be unable to click on
any element on the taskbar, i.e. start menu,
notifications, and icons.
And some shortcuts commands, such as Windows R
and Windows X dont work in this situation.
You need to apply proper methods to resolve this
issue on windows 10 freezes How can I fix Frozen
Taskbar in Windows 10? There are some minor
things that can cause the biggest problems, such
as Unresponsive taskbar. You can fix this issue
by applying any of the following troubleshooting
method Method 1 Restarting Windows Explorer As
per many users, restarting the File Explorer can
also help you to deal with unresponsive Taskbar.
The Taskbar and Start Menu of your system are
related to File Explorer, and restarting its
process might help you to restart your Taskbar
without any issue.
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Launch the Windows Task Manager by pressing the
Ctrl Shift Esc keys simultaneously.
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From the Task Manager, go through File gt Run new
task. Type explorer in the search box and
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then check the box adjacent to Create this task
with administrative privileges and press Enter
key or OK button. When the explorer windows
opens, follow the steps given below
Right-click on the Explorer folder and then
choose Restart from the list appeared on screen.
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After restarting the Explorer, check whether the
taskbar has started working again or not. If
there is any issue, follow any of the
below-mentioned methods. Method 2 Use Windows
Troubleshooter There might be some files on your
system which may cause some shortage of system
paging memory or issues in some applications can
also prevent the taskbar from functioning
correctly In such a case running the Windows
Maintenance Troubleshooter
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can also help you to fix a few Taskbar issues.
For that
Press Windows R keys to open the Run prompt.
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Type Control Panel in the search box and press
the Enter key to launch the classical control
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panel interface.
Tap the View By option from the top-right
corner and select the Large Icons from the list
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of options.
Now, click on the Troubleshooting option and
then tap Run Maintenance Tasks button.
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Now, click on the Next button from the Window
that pops up, and you need all the
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administrative privileges to successfully
complete the task.
Once the Maintenance is successfully completed,
check if the issue of frozen taskbar has
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been resolved
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Method 3 Create a new User Account In some
cases, you might face this issue because of
improper user account settings or configuration
data. In such a case, you can create a new user
account on your Windows 10 device and then
import the data from the older account to fix the
issue. Follow the steps given below to create a
new User account
Press Windows I keys to open settings and then
choose the Accounts option.
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Now, tap the Family and Other Users button from
the left side.
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Click on the Add Someone Else to this PC button
from the menu that appeared on your
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screen.
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When a new window pops-up, tap the I dont have
this persons sign-in information button. Click
on the Add a user without a Microsoft Account
option from the new window that pops
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up.
Enter all the required details such as user
accounts username and a password and click the
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Next button.
After which, you need to answer the security
questions, and then click on the Next button.
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After creating this account, click on the Change
Account Type option to change the type of
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account as the Administrator one.
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If your issue has been solved using the above
steps, import all the user account data from the
previous account onto this new one. Method 4
Perform a System Restore Many users have also
claimed that performing a simple system restore
to an earlier working date can also fix this
issue but in such a case, you need to carefully
select the restore point for restoring.
Generally, it is recommended to manually go
through this process instead of using the
automatic restore. Follow the below-given guide
to perform this method.
Press Windows S Key and type system restore in
the search box of your desktop. Choose
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the Create a restore point option from the pop-up
menu.
Navigate to the System protection tab and then
tap the System Restore button.
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Click Next button when the System Restore window
opens on your screen.
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Check the checkbox adjacent to Show more restore
points Select the desired restore point
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and click the Next button.
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Once done, follow all the on-screen instructions
to restore your system.
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If none of the above methods have troubleshot
your issue, you can run this script as an
administrator. For this, right-click on it and
select the Run as administrator option. You can
also disable recently opened items using the
Settings app to resolve the issue.
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