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Start Menu won’t function in Windows 10

Sometimes the Start Menu suddenly won’t work. Maybe some applications affects this, or suddenly the system encounters Bugs, well, we didn’t prevent that, some OS naturally comes up with those bugs, so what we should do is to solve this using some tricks.

First solution is to run the System File Checker.

Open Command Prompt and run it as Administrator, type “cmd” in the search box, but if your search box freezes too, open this directory.

In the Command Prompt type this:

sfc /scannow

Hit enter and wait after it is done,

Then, Check the Start Menu if it’s okay.

Second is using the Development Image Servicing and Management Tool, this tool restores the previous state of the health of your System, it will scan all the corrupted files and bugs that some system apps didn’t run and fix them.

Type this:

Dism /Online /Cleanup-Image /RestoreHealth

Then Hit Enter

This will take some time so keep waiting and see what will happen. Restart the PC after.

The third is using Powershell.

                     Powershell is also using for some administrative task to perform on both local and remote Windows Systems. This is also can help for some errors encountered in your Windows. For more information about the Windows Powershell you can check it out here.


                     We will use the Powershell command to restore fix all the errors encountered in your Windows. Write this command and hit Enter in your keyboard.

Get-AppXPackage -AllUsers | Foreach {Add-AppxPackage  DisableDevelopmentMode –Register “$($_.InstallLocation)\AppXManifest.xml”}

To open Powershell, type “cmd” hit enter and type powershell, make sure the command prompt runs as administrator.

Or you can run the code through the Powershell program itself.

Then Restart.

Last option is to reset your PC. Hold Shift button in your Keyboard while clicking Restart button in the Power

You can also check it in the PC Settings in Update and Security, and in the Recovery Tab. In the Reset this PC option click Get Started.

Choose an option what kind of resetting of PC that Windows will do. For this example, in order for your file’s safety, choose keep my files. 

It will take a long time if you clean also the drives, so if it’s unnecessary, choose Just Remove my files.

Click Reset to start.

After the Process this will prompt, choose Continue to proceed on your Windows.