HOW TO FIX A WINDOWS 10 BLACK SCREEN

    HOW TO FIX FROZEN START MENU OR                    TASKBAR IN WINDOWS 10

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From time to time, certain key elements in the windows 10 user interface go dormant. You click on or touch the start menu icon, or other icons in the taskbar, and nothing happens. Keep trying, and nothing keeps happening. This can be anywhere from frustrating to infuriating.

 
No Need to restart your PC, Though that works

One ingrained response in many Windows users when the UI gh thatstarts misbehaving is to restart their computer and indeed, that will work to fix a non-responsive START MENU or TASKBAR icons. But it takes time at least a minute for most PC users.

Because File explorer handles processing for the start menu and the taskbar, including its notification area, There's so simple, faster fix worth trying before you pull out the heavy artillery.
If you press the key combination ALT+SHIFT+ESC or Right Click an empty area in the taskbar, You can launch the TASK MANAGER utility quickly and easily. Figure 1 shows the right-click pop meny, From which you can select the TASK MANAGER item (third from the bottom) to run that tool.


  • Use Task Manager to restart File Explorer

Once Task Manager is lauched, Look for an entry under the Apps heading on the Process tab. File Explorer used the Apps heading on the Processes Tab. and that's how it shows up in Task Manager.
(if you see no such item, No Problem. Simply lauch an instance of File Explorer. If you can't do that from the taskbar, Press the key combination Windows Key+R. This will open the Windows run box, inside which you need type only explorer or explorer.exe 
to lauch that app. It will then appear as "windows explorer" in Task Manager under Apps.
To restore the Start menu and taskbar to normal operation, Right Click on Windows Explorer, as shown in Figure 2, and select the Restart entry( second option from top).
                                    

This operation can take as long as 30 seconds to complete on some 

  • PC, But still much Faster than a full system reboot. Don't be surprised when you see the taskbar go blank and all icons disappear.

This is a normal side effect of restarting File Explorer. Before it can be restarted, it must first be stopped and when it's stopped, all those UI elements disappear temporarily. However disconnecting this may be, It won't last long.
As soon as the File Explorer Process restarts, It restores the Start Menu.