System hacks: Taste Windows 10 annoying things tricky to solve

While the features of the latest version of Windows 10 can be exciting, there are some uncertainties that you may encounter when rushing to try it. For example, you can’t find the desktop location after startup, you can’t find the app store or store apps, or you can’t start after a failed update with a black screen. If you encounter these problems in the process of using the new version of Windows 10, I hope this article can be helpful to you.

1. It shows that the desktop location cannot be found after startup

If you receive the prompt “C:WINDOWSsystem32configsystemprofileDesktop location does not exist” before the system boots to the desktop after upgrading to a certain version of Windows, you can first try to find the desktop location by Ctrl+Alt+Del. Del to invoke the “Task Manager”, enter the Task Manager, right-click Explorer and select “Restart” (Figure 1). If the desktop does not return to normal, restart the computer again to see if it can be restored.


If the above operation does not solve the problem, run the REGEDIT command to enter the Registry Editor and locate “HKEY_CURRENT_USERSoftwareMicrosoftWindowsCurrentVersionExplorerShell Folders” in order. “, find the Desktop string value in the right pane, double-click the value and copy the path in the “Value Data” (Figure 2). Next, locate the “HKEY_CURRENT_USERSoftwareMicrosoftWindowsCurrentVersionExplorerUser Shell Folders”, and in the right pane, find the Double-click the value to open the edit window, paste the path you just copied into the “Value Data” box, and click “OK”.


Close the registry editor, restart the computer, and the desktop should be back to normal.

2. Black screen won’t start after update failure

Even worse than not being able to display the desktop, is the embarrassment of not being able to start up after the update. In this case, if you are using a dual system or multiple systems, you can select “Change default or select other options” through the system boot menu, enter the WinRE recovery environment, and perform “System Restore” or “Revert to previous or “Revert to previous version” operation. If you are using a single system, you can boot from the Windows installation disk and select “Repair Computer” in the “Install Now” screen to enter the WinRE recovery environment to perform one of the two restores mentioned above (Figure 3).


3. Can’t find the app store or store apps

If the App Store icon on the taskbar disappears after the upgrade, or the previously installed app icon cannot be found, restart your computer, run Windows PowerShell as administrator, and run the following command.

Get-AppXPackage *WindowsStore* -AllUsers | Foreach {Add-AppxPackage -DisableDevelopmentMode -Register “$($_.InstallLocation) AppXManifest.xml”}

Then just restart your computer again.

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