Many Windows 10 users have issues with Windows 10 file explorer not working. When they open File Explorer, their screen crashes, blocks or stops responding. but fortunately, you can find a few solutions that you can try in this tutorial.
How to Fix Problems with Windows 10 File Explorer Not Working
Method 1: Run netsh and winsock reset
Step 1. Fist of all, you run Command Prompt as administrator Windows 10.
Step 2. You type netsh into Command Prompt and hit Enter.
Step 3. Then type winsock reset in Command Prompt and press Enter to run it.
Step 4. Once the process is completed, you restart your PC for changes to take effect.
Method 2: Delete KB3081448/KB3081449 updates
You should be able to fix this problem by deleting KB3081448/KB3081449 updates. To do that, follow these steps:
Step 1. You navigate to Settings, next locate Windows Update.
Step 2. Then you navigate to Advanced Options > View Your Update History > Uninstall Updates. Here you need to locate update KB3081449/KB3081448 and uninstall them.
Hope this tutorial can help you fix Windows 10 file explorer not working problem. If you have any problems, just comment below and give me your email, I will guide you solve this problem step by step. Thank you for reading! Can we please hit likes and share on this article?
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