In the past few months, Windows 10 users have been plagued with numerous bugs that make the user experience very frustrating.
The last error causes the search function to stop working altogether, and users report a message saying & # 39; This is taking too long to load & # 39; and the refresh button. By clicking on this message you get the same status again.
Perhaps most important is the unusual appearance of the letters from the bottom right corner. Although it is thought that they are referring to the version number, they can be easily mistaken for the virus.
Fortunately, it is not, and there is a solution that usually works.
How to fix Windows 10 search error
As reported Windows Recently, here's your best bet to fix the problem:
- Open Windows Run by pressing the & # 39; Windows + R & # 39;
- In the popup window, type "cmd" but don't press "enter".
- Instead, press & # 39; Ctrl + Shift + Enter & # 39; to make sure you are leading the command as an administrator. You may need to re-enter your password to ensure access.
- Type "DisM / Online / Cleanup-Image / restoreHealth" on the screen and press & # 39; enter & # 39;
The problem is believed to be related to a recent update, so if that doesn't work, we recommend you try removing it with a disk cleaning tool.
Microsoft may be in a hurry to get rid of the pool, so your other option is to make sure it's all yours software completely renewed.
The company expects bugs like this to not be the case when the major Windows 10 update arrives. Here's everything you need to know about the Windows 10 update in May 2020.