The reintroduction and remake of the famous Windows taskbar was a stellar idea by Microsoft. The task bar makes it really easy and user friendly to work using this operating system simply because it allows access to all areas within your device through a couple of clicks. The taskbar, regardless of its excellent design, seems to have given some users trouble by not responding or making unwanted decisions of disappearing and changing the screen’s outlook unwillingly. The following are a few ways using which the problem can be dealt with in most cases.
Repair or Delete corrupt files
Files stored on Windows operating systems tend to get corrupted. Although the exact reason as to why this happens is unnecessary at this point, knowing how to deal with the problem is important. The first step that should be taken is the launching of the Window’s manager and running the task called “Windows Powershell”. This is a good tool that self-repairs some of the bugs and corrupted files it finds and immediately informs the user. However, some problems go beyond the ability of the Windows Powershell and if this is the case, other methods should be used.
It sounds tedious and unnecessary but in order to restore the excellent performance that made you fall in love with this creation by Microsoft, it is a small price to pay. It is a good idea to check all files using dependable anti-virus software before creating your backup on external or cloud storage so that the hard work does not go in vain once all the applications have been brought back. A simple way of evading this hefty procedure is to create a new account and work using it, but this is just temporary relief so the method above is advised more strongly.
Reset your personal unit
If the Taskbar not working on Windows 10, then a good plan to evade the complete reinstallation of every application is to simply reset your device to the way it was when you first started using it. Keep in mind that all applications that are not included in the standard Windows 10 package by default will be deleted and re installations have to be made in order to regain them, but it is a faster cure to making your Taskbar work as good as new.
Sometimes it seems that the computer is working very efficiently and that there is no need for further updates or installations. What users must understand is that updates are essentially created for the security and enhancement of the Windows 10 they own so the operating system should not be deprived of this right. What makes these updates annoying is the fact that most of them are quite time consuming and seem to make no visible impact on the performance of the unit, but you never know when these intangible updates might tweak your Taskbar exactly the way you want it to be fixed, so it is wise not to ignore them.