Usually, after Windows update, we can often see problems in Windows 10. For example, one of the most common errors in Windows 10 is the frozen taskbar. The problem we can describe as the inability to run the Windows Start button on the Desktop or shortcuts in the taskbar.
Why is my taskbar not working?
In 90% of all cases, your taskbar doesn’t work because there is a problem in Windows Explorer and system Windows files. Usually, you can not even see the process in Task manager too. The frozen taskbar is an annoying problem that can be easily fixed.
Let us see how to fix the stuck taskbar:
How to Fix Windows 10 Frozen Taskbar?
To fix Windows 10 Frozen Taskbar, you need to do the following steps:
- Open C:/Windows folder
- Go to System32 folder
- Find CMD, and with right-click, choose “Run as administrator.”
- In CMD type: SFC \scannow.
- After several minutes corrupted files will be repaired and the problem solved.
In particular conditions, you can scan your Windows to see any malware and fix the problem. However, an SFC scan will correct errors with a frozen taskbar in 90% of cases.