Thank you very much, Chaz This should work, but another easier way could be: ctrl+shift+esc select the processes tab and end the explorer. Restarting the Explorer: If nothing else works for you, this procedure should do the trick. By changing an option for the Taskbar, you re-enable the taskbar We have read and tried most of the above information, pressing ctrl-esc, have also done the alt-ctrl-delete and gone into the New Task run and typed explore, also typed in cmd…. They all look and function a bit differently, and my candid suggestion to anyone new or inexperienced to the computer world is this. Launch Task manager Open Task manager see above and select Run new task from its File menu. Windows Media Player on an empty portion of the section shown in the image below and select Show menu bar from the drop-down menu. How do I get it back? We have a customer with 2 of these same Intel Nucs who are experiencing the exact same problem.
It might be great for a cell phone or someone just scrolling web pages killing time or for people playing, but if you want real work, it is very very limited. Thanks, Julius I had an not responding explorer. I didn't notice anything different at the time because I was going to just shut down, which I did after I removed the cat. Thank you, it worked for me. Reinstall all Windows apps Downloading and reinstalling all Windows 10 apps reportedly fixes a stuck Start menu. I stopped Explorer process, then started it again but typing explorer in my cmd window.
And then I went into Safe mode, did a few scans got 7 viruses, deleted those. It worked fine for 2 more days. There are a couple of different ways that the taskbar can disappear or appear to disappear. All I had was a blank white page…. I noticed that some people mentioned trying it, but they did not make sure the old process was stopped before trying to start it again. Press ctl alt delete and task manager comes up 2. It will try to do repair if any found.
I am using a 2nd monitor with a laptop but I do not think it is related as when I switch back to laptop screen problem still exists. Edge is the default or primary web browser for Windows 10. Last week for some reason my task bar, start menu and icons all disappeared, all that was on my screen when I signed on was my desktop wallpaper. If I'm wrong about the load or impact, then put it in advanced options as a choice, and throw a pop up and tell people that there could be a negative impact on browser speed. It's been said Edge is still new and things should improve. I don't want a video on how to fix it, I just want clear point and click instructions, preferably in less than seven steps. Finally, you may be faced with re-installing Windows.
Set the default back to Edge, no more questions. My browser preferences are as follows: Safari when I'm on a mobile Apple device. I make sure I have a that window included and minimized when using other browsers. It sounds like the Taskbar may have been moved to a monitor that is no longer connected. As a new Operating System, it is bound to have its own issues which can be resolved with help from Microsoft which has been striving to enhance the user experience. I was so relieved when I realized, all I had done was accidentally closed out the program on task manager when I was trying to kill an unresponsive page. But when I restarted the laptop and her login came up I noticed her user name and the change user button.
Last update — at least from me. Your feedbacks will help us to serve you better! I can't find a topic here on this, so I apologize if I'm posting something I shouldn't be. Will not be using Edge. The Start menu should now work, so you can change the new local account to a Microsoft account, and transfer your files and settings. It will take quite sometime.
The facts point to Microsoft wants you to use Edge and they do not care whether you like it or not. You may have a 1 2 and 3 showing up, this is for each monitor, 1 should look normal, with any other numbers greyed out. Greets I have a big problem. If we are supposed to inform you people as to what works and what does'nt some feedback to us would be an encouragement Aussieit There is no answer to the where is the menu question, Microsoft decided you don't need it and we all know they knows better than you what you need. Now you know how to show Menu bar of Internet Explorer 11 on Windows 10 computer.
Now, I think I'd better hold off on the other suggestions until I can get my daughter here to help. And for people who don't use keyboard shortcuts there are many other benefits. Since they are both running under explorer. I had this problem, suddenly, after creating a new user account but only with the new account. We suggest you to feedback to our to windows 10 forum for further professional support.