Windows 10 Taskbar Not Working [Solutions]

Windows 10 Taskbar Not Working

Windows 10 Taskbar is highly suitable for gaining multi-tasking abilities. Windows 10 Taskbar brings you the options to run shortcuts and icons suitable for every running App. Windows 10 Taskbar is filled with lots of useful functions and one of the best is the Cortana. In fact, it is much convenient to search in the Windows 10 without any worry. It is also much more convenient to create the virtual desktops in the Operating System then switch using the taskbar called as “Task View” icon. Windows 10 taskbar has the old style start menu so that the users could ultimately use it accordingly. Unlike other Operating System, Windows 10 helps you to easily customize Taskbar according to the liking.

Windows 10 Taskbar Not Working

Recently many number of Windows 10 users have suggested that windows 10 taskbar not working bringing the annoying problem to use the operating system. Are you facing these kinds of problems, Windows 10 taskbar working after updates, Windows 10 taskbar auto hides, Windows 10 taskbar is missing, Windows 10 taskbar is not hiding, Windows 10 taskbar is not responding or Windows 10 taskbar doesn’t work properly. With many types of errors are occurring in the Windows 10 Taskbar, it is necessary to find the working solution to improve the performance of the Windows 10.

How to Fix Windows 10 Taskbar Issues

When the Windows 10 Taskbar is not working properly, it will be difficult for the user to open the Apps in the system. Start button or the [Windows] key on the keyboard would be also difficult to solve the issues. Some users also states that the Search box freezes when the Windows 10 Taskbar Issue arises. Here are some of the features of steps that you can use to fix when windows 10 taskbar not working properly.

Launch Task Manager

  • Press the [Ctrl] + [Alt] + [Del] keys
  • Right click the Taskbar
  • Select Task manager

Run a New Windows Task

  • Task manager window opens
  • Click more details option
  • Select Run new task in File menu

Run Windows PowerShell

  • Run new task dialog box opens
  • Type powershell
  • Tick the box to create this task
  • Use administrative privileges
  • Click OK

Run the System File Checker

  • Type sfc /scannow
  • Press the [Return] key

System scans the whole process and it will take some time and ends with one of three results.

Windows did not find any integrity violations

Windows Resource Protection found corrupt files

Type (or copy and paste) DISM /Online /Cleanup-Image /RestoreHealth in PowerShell window

  • Press the [Return] key
  • Download files from Windows Update and replaces corrupt files

Create New User Account to Fix Taskbar Windows 10 Issues

When your Windows 10 taskbar is not working again after you have tried all the above methods, then you need to go for alternative options. When the windows 10 taskbar not working then create the new user account and it is easier to solve the issues. Check for other solutions on internet to fix Windows 10 taskbar issues and you can create the new local user account that would fix the problem definitely. Create new user account on the system in the settings. To create a new user account, follow below steps:

  • Open Settings App of your device
  • Press Windows + I to open this app
  • Navigate to Accounts tab
  • Click on Family & Other Users
  • Under Other Users section, click “Add someone else to this PC”
  • Create more users accounts and you can replace own use account
  • Choose I do not have the sign-in information
  • Add a user without a Microsoft account

Steps to Re-Register Taskbar If Not Working After Update

Re-registering Taskbar with the Windows Powershell would be a great option when you found that the Windows 10 Taskbar has stopped working. Re-Register Taskbar method works perfectly for all the Windows 10 users and you can instantly do it ultimately without any hassle.

  • Find all the type Windows Powershell in search box on Windows 10.
  • Click on Windows Powershell
  • Choose Run as Administrator
  • Now a pop-up such as User Account Control appears on the screen
  • Click Yes

Copy paste below command in Windows Powershell Box. Right click on the Powershell window then copy and paste the given below lines on Powershell window.

Get-AppXPackage -AllUsers | Foreach {Add-AppxPackage -DisableDevelopmentMode -Register “$($_.InstallLocation)\AppXManifest.xml”}
  • Press Enter
  • Navigate to C:/Users/name/AppData/Local/
  • Delete the TileDataLayer

When you are unable to delete this folder, it is necessary to stop the “Tile Data model server service”. For making this process, you can conveniently follow the below instructions

  • Go to Services of Windows 10
  • Locate tiledatamodelsvc
  • Right click on it
  • Select Stop

I hope any of fix will sure work for you.

Written by
Shruti Gupta