I just got this Error.What do I do here?Guys. ;D
Windows Explorer is the graphical interface for the Windows file manager system. It also supplies the user interface, which allows you to control the computer. Its the link between you and the heart of the computer, basically, and allows you to make everything work without having to enter a whole bunch of code every time you do something.This message means something has gone wrong. It might be that its hung while trying to open a scratched computer disc, or a corrupted file, or any of a million other things. Once in a while, this will happen, and its not too much to be concerned with if it happens once in a while.If its happening a lot, this can be more serious, and would need investigating. Most times though, you'll be able to work out pretty quickly what the problem is.. it will happen every time you try to open a particular program, or on a particular song on a cd, or something like that. Then you'll know to blame that program or cd, rather than explorer itself.In most cases, you need to do nothing at all. Explorer will close, but it will automatically restart. You'll notice it close and restart, because the desktop is part of explorer, so you'll lose the desktop for a few seconds, then the desktop will come back as it restarts.Occasionally, it wont restart on its own, and you'll sit there looking at a blank screen wondering what to do next. There are two easy solutions to this.1. Restart the computer. Everything will come back just fine, but of course any programs or windows you had open will close, and anything not saved will be lost.2. Restart explorer.To do this, press the ctrl, alt and del keys all at once.. this will open windows task manager.On the tabs near the top the task manager window, you'll see one called 'applications'.You may find its already selected, but if it isnt, select it.Now, on the bottom right corner of the window, you'll see options that include 'new task'.Select 'new task'A small window will open called 'create new task'Type Mitz from Tips4pc
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