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But you have to make the same process again to activate the services you deactivate.Reply Arunkumar April 21, 2016 at 3:31 pmHi Saransh,Thanks a lot for your tip. I can barley access anything on my desktop. I assume the start menu refers to the windows menu .What did i do ? Read more. http://computermacintosh.com/windows-10/icons-on-taskbar-changed-why-so.html

The problem is on my left hand monitor, the task bar is see-through. This taskbar behavior is consistent on my newly updated win10 PC. back.I tried to turn off Fast Start in Power Options as recommended by another site. January 4, 2017 at 9:48 am THANK YOU! http://www.makeuseof.com/tag/5-steps-fix-windows-10-taskbar-issues/

Windows 10 Taskbar Icons Not Working

Thank you so much. Please leave a replay! I cannot create a new account either as those choices do nothing when I click on them, the OS is totally borked.Reply Saransh Bhatt August 23, 2015 at 11:43 amYou should

  1. Has been like this for 15 minutes so far.
  2. I'm having the first and second problem (taskbar icons missing even the clock and unclickable taskbar) Reply George Martinez October 7, 2016 at 12:28 am Same thing is happening with me...
  3. Sometimes we've run into situations where this doesn't resolve the problem.
  4. Press CTRL + ESC or your Windows key to make Start menu appear.
  5. None have worked for me.Method 1 just won't run for me (i was in Administrative powershell through cmd).
  6. My avast antivirus had a conflict with Windows 10.
  7. If you can't see IconCache.db, make sure to go to Folder Options, View and check "Show hidden files) in the Control Panel. –trenten Aug 26 '16 at 19:35 | show 1
  8. To fix this issue, you can try restoring Windows to an earlier version or previous restore point.
  9. I get red text reading "Get-AppXPackage : Access is denied…." followed by some more information (i can type in rest if it helps).The download for method two runs, but doesn't fix

That's when I upgraded two laptops and a desktop from Win 7 to Win 10. And it really is a pain in the rear.