Saturday, July 29, 2017

How To Resolve Can Not Open The Start Menu In Windows 10 (FIXED)

The Start Menu problem in Windows 10 can not be accessed due to a problematic update done automatically (usually the default windows apps). Microsoft itself admitted in some PC will happen the error but can not give a definite answer to overcome it.

There are several ways to fix it, readers Info Technology does not need to do another when one of the tips has been successful. Here are the 3 ways.

 How to fix start menu in Windows 10:
1. Open Task Manager (CTRL + Shift + Esc), find the process named "explorer.exe" in the details tab then press End Task.

Taskbar automatically will disappear for a moment (blink) and restart again, but if it does not open again then you can run manually by selecting File menu -> Run New Task and type explorer.exe then press Ok.

2. Create a new account user in windows 10. There are two ways to create a new account, which goes into safe mode Win10 then create a new user in the control panel.
Or through the elevated command prompt. Open task manager (Ctril + Shift + Esc), File -> Run New Task. Type "cmd" (without quotes), tickmark box Create this task with administrative privileges. Press the Ok button.

At the command prompt type the command:

"net user nama user /add"

This will fix the start menu that can not be opened in the new account, but unfortunately the problem user account will still not be able to access it. So if you want the old user still access it, then try the next way in number 3.

3. Open powershell via Task manager with administrator access (type powershell in run box). Then type the following command, wait for the process to finish, restart the computer.
"Get-AppXPackage -AllUsers | Foreach {Add-AppxPackage -DisableDevelopmentMode -Register "$($_.InstallLocation)\AppXManifest.xml"}"
  4. If still can not, check the corrupted data files / corrupt in windows by running System File Checker via Command Prompt (admin).
Read: Fixing Any Damage Error In Windows 7/8 / 8.1 / 10 With SFC 

 5. Refresh Windows installation. The last way to handle the Start menu that can not be opened is to refresh your Windows 10 computer installation via safe mode or type the following commands in Command Prompt:

"Dism /Online /Cleanup-Image /RestoreHealth"