Windows PowerShell has stopped working [4 Steps to fix it]

If the PowerShell has stopped working on your PC then follow these 4 steps to fix it.

How can I get the Windows PowerShell to work again?

Run a full system scan:

Sometimes your system is infected with malware that tends to cause malfunctions in your system and errors as well, so a full system scan is essential for removing the malware threats from your computer. Follow the steps below to run a full system scan

  • Go to the start menu and search windows defender
  • Now double click and open the tool
  • Then choose the shield icon
  • Now click on Advanced Scan option
  • Check the full system scan box
  • Let the scan run and if you find any malware remove it

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

Perform a clean boot:

  • Press the Windows key + R key
  • The RUN dialogue box will appear.
  • Type MSConfig and press Enter
  • Now head over to the services tab in the system configuration window and choose the hide all Microsoft services option.
  • Now click the Disable all button.
  • Now head over to the Startup tab and click open task manager.
  • Now disable every startup item from the list.
  • Now navigate back to the system configuration window and click apply.
  • Click ok and save changes.
  • After that, restart your PC and see if the issue is fixed.

Disable and Re-enable the Windows PowerShell:

  • Press the Windows key + X key and choose Control Panel
  • Then switch to category
  • Now choose uninstall under Programs
  • Next, click on Turn Windows on or off
  • Navigate to Windows PowerShell entry
  • Now deselect the Power Shell feature
  • Save changes and restart your PC
  • Repeat the steps to re-enable the Windows PowerShell

Conclusion:

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