What Causes Explorer.exe to Not Respond?
Microsoft Windows is a series of operating systems released by Microsoft Windows. Microsoft Windows has various operating systems. And Windows 7 is the latest operating system. Windows 1 was the predecessor of all Microsoft Windows operating systems.
Microsoft Windows has a user friendly Graphical user interface (GUI). And the latest versions of Windows such as Vista and Windows 7 have enhanced graphical features which will provide the users an ultimate user experience. If you are a latest Windows operating system user then you have lots to benefit from it.
Even though Windows OS has many advantages there are several disadvantages too. But rather than mentioning as disadvantages we can describe them as “user faults”. There are some functions which go wrong internally and the users won’t have the slightest idea of what’s happening. These errors can only be solved if you are either a professional techie or a computer expert. That doesn’t mean these errors are hard to fix. It’s just to avoid more errors. If you have a problem with your computer please consult with professional technicians. This will help you a lot and you will get an idea about what’s going on with your PC.
In Microsoft Windows there is a component named as “Explorer.exe”. This is a file manager application which is included with the Microsoft Windows operating system since Windows 95. Windows explorer provides a GUI for you to access the file systems. It makes file accessing easy. Located in the C:\Windows directory, it is sometimes referred to as the Windows Shell, explorer.exe, or simply “Explorer”. Press the key combination “Alt + Ctrl + Delete” or “Shift + Ctrl + Esc” and then the Task manager will open. Switch to the process tab and you can view the “explore.exe” process running. But sometimes this process stops responding. Why does this happen? It can happen due to several reasons.
You could have gone to Task manager to end a process and accidentally closed “explorer.exe”. There are trojan attacks which makes this process to stop automatically. You have to scan your PC using an updated anti-malware. You can make changes in the registry. There are several other solutions but its better if they are done by technicians.
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