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If you have done the recent update of Windows 10 and cannot find the start menu, it is not lost and there is no need to worry.

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Getting Back The Windows 10 Start Menu Not Working

If you have done the recent update of Windows 10 and cannot find the start

menu, it is not lost and there is no need to worry. You have the solution for this

by going for the live customer support for Windows 10 or else, can check the

online genuine guide for the solution.

Check and repair the corrupt Windows files

First of all check whether there is any option of right click at start menu location.

If you do it, you can choose the task manager. In case, you cannot find it by this

way, you can type ctrl+alt+delete. By this, you shall get various other options and

one of this is the task manager. After finding the task manager, can go to file and

then run new task. Type Powershell and make sure, it us marked- Create this task

with administrative privileges. After this is over, run system file checker. Type in

(or paste) \'sfc /scannow\' after the C:/ prompt. It runs. It can take some time

depending on computer. You can check the results. See what the screen says. You

can also take the screenshot. Restart and check whether you have the start menu

back or not.

Reinstallation of Windows application

If the process is not working, you can reinstall Windows applications. Although

the applications are not the root of the problem, it still does not fix the issue. You

have the option to launch the task manager like before and then commence other

task with the administrative privileges. After typing Powershell, you can type or


Get-AppXPackage -AllUsers | Foreach {Add-AppxPackage -

DisableDevelopmentMode -Register "$($_.InstallLocation)\AppXManifest.xml"}

It can take its own course and then, you can restart. For any doubt clearance, you

can go for the tech support for Windows 10 start menu not working .

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Using the Windows 10 start menu


Windows 10 start menu is a fusion of start menu of Windows7 and start screen of

Windows 8. By the help of Windows 10 start menu, you can launch apps and

programs. You can also look for the files and personalize the settings. You can also

power off or restart computer. You can manage applications and tiles. You get the

functions and customization options from the start menu. You can access the

start menu by two different methods. One is from the desktop and other is from

the keyboard. For accessing it from desktop, you have to tap the start button. This

is at bottom right corner of desktop and can see it through the Windows icon. If

you want to access through keyboard, you can press Windows key on keyboard.

This has Windows logo and is at the bottom row of keyboard.