Microsoft Windows 10 Troubleshooting Tool 1.0
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Ask anyone who's upgraded to Windows 10 what their biggest annoyance is, and they're likely to name the operating system's start menu. From the button not working at all to errors, freezing, and frequent malfunctioning, it's one of the worst parts of using the latest version of Windows. When these problems come up users often resort to creating new admin accounts, trying all sorts of futile tricks, or completely reinstalling Windows 10. After tons of users expressed their frustration, Microsoft finally released a tool to troubleshoot problems and fix Windows 10 start menu.
Using Microsoft Windows 10 Troubleshooting Tool
It's easy to download and install the Microsoft Windows 10 Troubleshooting Tool, and it has the ability to automatically identify and resolve many common issues that plague the system. Before getting started, remember to click "Advanced" on the troubleshooter's first screen and uncheck the automatic repair box if you want control over what the tool does and doesn't fix.
Once you open it, you'll see that it's much like the other troubleshooters that come standard with Windows systems. After beginning the process by clinking "Next", the Microsoft Windows 10 Troubleshooting Tool will search for errors and provide a report of any issues that were found, or automatically repair the problems if you've chosen that setting.
The troubleshooter also has several ways to fix Windows 10 start menu. If the menu has registry key permission, application manifest, or tile database corruption issues, Microsoft Windows 10 Troubleshooting Tool will be a great help. It also checks to see whether any applications have been installed incorrectly and are causing the start menu to malfunction.
The Windows 10 start menu's quirks and issues have been a hassle for so many users, but the troubleshooting tool is an effective way to check for and resolve problems. Sure, the best thing would be for Windows 10 to be absent of all of its major problems in the first place. However, until the masses find out whether the Windows 10 Anniversary Update will eliminate the system's annoying bugs, using this solution to fix Windows 10 start menu is your best bet.