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Please let me know about file explorer not responding Windows 10. I am facing some issues while using it. Help me.
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File Explorer is a desirable way of accessing files and folders but sometimes using File Explorer may result in inconveniences owing to a variety of ways responsible for causing the “File Explorer Not Responding Windows 10” issue.
By virtue of this guide here are presented a few quick fixes that really work well when you are venturing out to address the “File Explorer Not Responding Windows 10” issue going forward.
Step 1 - You must begin by jointly pressing the CTRL+SHIFT+ESC keys to launch the Task Manager.
Step 2 - Facilitate ending the “Windows Explorer” task by right-clicking on the same and choosing the “End Task” option.
Step 3 - Now run a new task by choosing the same option from the “File” menu.
Step 4 - A new dialog box will appear wherein you have to enter “explorer.exe” followed by pressing the “OK” button which will restart the File Explorer and will probably help you fix the “File Explorer Not Responding Windows 10” issue.
Step 1 - Simply input the “cmd” command in the “Run” dialog box followed by pressing the “Enter” button.
Step 2 - Here you have to end the already running File Explorer which you can accomplish by entering the “taskkill /f /im explorer.exe” command and pressing the “Enter” button.
Step 3 - Now enter the “start explorer.exe” command and press the “Enter” button which in all likelihood will pave the way for you to fix the “File Explorer Not Responding Windows 10” issue by restarting the File Explorer.
Yet another way to fix the “File Explorer Not Responding Windows 10” issue is by actually effectuating a System File Checker scan which can be done in the following way.
Step 1 - Here again just begin by entering the “cmd” command inside the “Run” window and further press the “OK” button.
Step 2 - Now punch in the “sfc /scannow” command and press the “Enter” key as well.
Step 3 - As and when you find that scan is completed just restart your computer and check whether the “File Explorer Not Responding Windows 10” issue stands fixed or not.
Step 1 - Just launch the “Control Panel” by entering the “Control” command in the “Run” dialog box.
Step 2 - Continue to find “File Explorer Options” and click on it as well.
Step 3 - Finally press the “Clear” button followed by clicking the “OK” button which will fix the “File Explorer Not Responding Windows 10” issue evident in the form of cleared File Explorer History.
Step 1 - Click on the “Start” button and select the “Settings” option.
Step 2 - When you happen to see the “Windows Settings” box just move forward by clicking the “System” option.
Step 3 - On the “Display” panel locate and select the “100% (Recommended)” option after which you will be able to fix the “File Explorer Not Responding Windows 10” issue for sure.