If you encounter a case where the Taskbar suddenly not responding and can’t run normally, of course the problem is annoying isn’t it, because all the applications you want to open and you navigate through the Taskbar so you can’t access them at all.
Now this problem usually only happens occasionally, where if you check, then there is one part of Windows that has an error but Windows Error Reporting fails to solve it automatically, but if the problem occurs frequently, it’s a good idea to check your device again, usually this problem is because of the disk. Health has dropped or is Windows used corrupt and problematic.
But for a short way, where this case only happened once and rarely happened before, you can do this, namely restart Windows Explorer. How to do? The following WinPoin summarizes the short steps.
Step 1. First, please open Task Manager (you can use the key combination CTRL + ALT + DEL) > Then select Task Manager.
Step 2. After the Task Manager opens, in the Processes tab, please search for Windows Explorer, then select it and click Restart.
Next Windows Explorer will flash, which indicates that File Explorer has restarted.
Now after that, the Taskbar should now be able to run normally and you can access it as usual, please try it. But again, if the problem occurs frequently, it’s a good idea to check your device again.
Hopefully useful, thank you.
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