Start menu not updating
If your Start menu isn’t working, these fixes should do the trick.
Here we’ve collected four fixes that have worked for us, from simply shutting down programs to tinkering with Microsoft’s Windows Media Creation Tool.
So, if you've already made the mistake of embarking on some long-winded fix on a random internet forum that didn't work, then give this a go.
The bad news: it involves downloading Microsoft’s Windows Media Creation Tool and creating Windows 10 installation media on a DVD or USB storage device.
Suppose I have The Windows 10 Start menu has several known bugs.
You might have run against the particularly noxious bug limiting the total number of entries to 512.
When I pinned a websites to the start menu on my SUrface Pro 4 running Windows 10 Pro, they appeared only as a generic blue color with empty content.
To fix them, type “ISM /Online /Cleanup-Image /Restore Health” – you'll need to be online, as Windows will download “clean” versions of the corrupted files and replace them.To fix this, launch the Task Manager either by right-clicking on the taskbar and selecting Task Manager, or hitting Ctrl Alt Delete.Select “Run new task” and run Power Shell by typing “powershell”.The question is how to add my needed items to start menu in bulk?
I am not interested in by-one solutions, like reinstalling programs (imagine you yourself reinstall dozens of programs just to put them into menu).Here is how you relog into your account: 1) On your keyboard, press the Ctrl Alt Delete keys at the same time. Here is what you can do to get your Start menu working like a charm again: 1) Download Display Driver Updater and use it to uninstall your current display card driver.