FIX: Unresponsive taskbar in Windows 10

The taskbar may not be a very problem causing tool until it starts to cause issues and turn into a hugely annoying problem. Here are some solutions for you to fix the unresponsive taskbar.

How to fix the unresponsive taskbar?

Run the Windows Update Troubleshooter:

Windows troubleshooter is a tool designed to eliminate any bugs related to Windows.
To run the Windows update troubleshooter, follow the below-mentioned steps:
• Fist click Select Start
• Then click Settings
• Now select Update & Security

• Then click on Troubleshoot
• Then select Windows Update under Get up and Running and click Run the troubleshooter.

Create a new user account:

  • Open the control panel.
  • Click user accounts
  • Select user accounts
  • Now click on Manage another account.
  • Next, click on Add a new user in the PC settings.
  • Select add someone else to this PC
  • Enter the necessary information about the user and go back to change an account
  • Open the new account and click Change the account type.
  • Make it admin
  • Now go back to your current account and backup your files and documents.
  • After that, click on delete account and delete files.
  • Log into your new profile and then from the settings. Check if the issue persists.

Restoring PC to a restore point:

  • Press the Windows key + S key
  • Now enter system restore.
  • The select create a system restore point.
  • Now click on the system restore button.
  • The system restore window will appear on your screen. Click Next
  • Now select the restore point of your choice and click Next to proceed.
  • And follow the instructions on the screen to complete the process.

Conclusion:
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