Some Windows 10 updates come with lots of bugs and in some cases users stop seeing the taskbar and desktop, which makes Windows Explorer inaccessible. So, if you are facing a similar issue, then here are some fixes to solve this error.
Here is how you can perform a clean boot.
- Hold the Windows and R keys altogether over the keyboard to invoke the Run section.
- After that, input msconfig into it and select the OK button.
- Beneath the Services section, mark the box of Hide all Microsoft services.
- You should select the Disable all option to turn off all active services of third-party.
- Now, restart the system.
Copy Standard Desktop to PC Configuration
- You should invoke the File Explorer then turn on the Hidden items into the View section.
- Go to the C:\UsersDefault
- Then copy the folder of Desktop situated into the folder of Default.
- You have to reach the C:\Windows\system32\config\systemprofile then paste the copied folder there.
- Now, reboot the system.
Login with a Fresh Local Administrative Account
- Hold the Windows and I keys altogether over the keyboard to invoke the Settings then pick the Accounts option.
- Beneath the Your info, select the Sign in with a local account instead option.
- Input the recent password allotted to the MS account.
- Now, store everything you are doing as this action will take the sign off; you should sign in with the local account.
Run System File Checker or DISM
- Hold the Ctrl + Shift + Esc keys altogether over the keyboard to invoke the Task Manager.
- The input cmd into it and hit the Enter key to begin the Command Prompt with administrative permissions.
- Go to the command line, input sfc /scannow into it, then hit the Enter key.
- Insert the pursuing command then hit the Enter key:
- DISM /online /Cleanup-Image / ScanHealth
- DISM /Online /Cleanup-Image /RestoreHealth
Now, reboot the system once everything finishes.
Update Windows 10 Manually
- Connect the bootable drive then access it on the File Explorer.
- Then reach the Setup and twice click on it.
- Now, select to Update the PC.
Roll Back to the Older Version of Windows 10
- Invoke the Settings on your system.
- Then select the Update and Security option.
- Go to the Recovery option through the left side panel.
- Now, choose the Get Started beneath the section of Go back to the previous version of Windows 10.
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