Author Topic: Windows 10 taskbar, start button, search button all not working with Avast  (Read 18412 times)

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Offline j2ee

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If you want help, then please answer the question.
@bob3160 Pls stop arguing.@j2ee is left avast! and installed a new Free AV.And it is no matter that every problem related to Avast!.We are using avast! and windows10 without any issues :)

We don't know exactly how Avast screw up Windows 10, I am not surprised some users would not have problem while other have problem. The key is uninstalling Avast solves it if someone has problem.
It's been explain in numerous ways that this problem is a Microsoft Windows 10 problem.
Stop your continued trolling of this forum.  >:(

I am very calm and again prove your argument with any link, but better has the word "Avast" in the link content so at least it is a link related to Avast instead of a totally not related issue. I am opened to discuss if you can bring any prove.
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Do you have a problem understanding english???
You seem not to be able to answer any questions here.  :(

Maybe you can explain your problem better in your own language ???
https://forum.avast.com/index.php?board=21.0

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« Last Edit: March 12, 2016, 03:49:40 PM by Be Secure »
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Do you have a problem understanding english???
You seem not to be able to answer any questions here.  :(

Maybe you can explain your problem better in your own language ???
https://forum.avast.com/index.php?board=21.0

I think it is you cannot understand what I am saying
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show us any link to prove it is a Windows problem causing Avast screw up taskbar related stuff
You keep saying it is Windows problem, but you have no link to prove it.
I have link to show you uninstall Avast work, and many people in the other post in this forum also proves uninstall Avast works:
https://www.reddit.com/r/Windows10/comments/3ghpfp/unable_to_open_start_menu_uninstall_avast/

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Hope this will help http://www.thewindowsclub.com/cortana-taskbar-search-not-working-in-windows-10 &http://www.thewindowsclub.com/start-menu-does-not-open-windows-10

Your links don't mention Avast at all
I don't know how many times need to say this, even the result is similar taskbar not working, the cause is not the same. We are discussing Avast is the cause and uninstall Avast 100% solve it, while your link is talking about Windows itself somehow has similar problem but people don't have Avast.
Ok I don't know how to make it even more clear:
We are talking about case A:
case A: Avast screws up taskbar, uninstall Avast solve the problem
We are NOT talking about case B which is your two links mention:
case B: People don't have Avast but Windows itself somehow screw up taskbar, there is no Avast to uninstall but there are other ways to solve it, these ways would not solve case A, I know because I tried.
« Last Edit: March 12, 2016, 04:02:18 PM by j2ee »

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Create a support ticket:https://support.avast.com/support/home
This is a old post that you show >:(Aug 4, 2015
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Create a support ticket:https://support.avast.com/support/home
This is a old post that you show >:(Aug 4, 2015

The problem is never solved, many people in the other posts reported it, then what is the different between old post and new post when the problem is the same and the solution is the same: uninstall Avast works.

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Ofcourse it is not solved.
Microsoft is still working on it.

Get the huge clue.
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case B: People don't have Avast but Windows itself somehow screw up taskbar
No avast installed and the problem is still there. This clearly shows that it is a Windows problem.

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Ofcourse it is not solved.
Microsoft is still working on it.

Get the huge clue.
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case B: People don't have Avast but Windows itself somehow screw up taskbar
No avast installed and the problem is still there. This clearly shows that it is a Windows problem.

Then why I and many other can solve the problem by uninstall Avast? If the problem is caused by Windows, then even we uninstall Avast then the problem should still be there. May be it is better to describe it as "Avast is not compatible with Windows 10 for some users"?
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When you use the Avast Uninstall utility, it reboots you to Safe Mode does it's removal and reboot to regular mode.
You could simply have Booted into Safe Mode with Networking on your own, not remove Avcast, reboot to regular mode
and your problem would have been solved.
It is the booting into safe mode that fixed the problem.
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When you use the Avast Uninstall utility, it reboots you to Safe Mode does it's removal and reboot to regular mode.
You could simply have Booted into Safe Mode with Networking on your own, not remove Avcast, reboot to regular mode
and your problem would have been solved.
It is the booting into safe mode that fixed the problem.

Many people in the other post already report this way would not always solve the problem and even if luckily solve it this way then the problem will come back after awhile.

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When you use the Avast Uninstall utility, it reboots you to Safe Mode does it's removal and reboot to regular mode.
You could simply have Booted into Safe Mode with Networking on your own, not remove Avcast, reboot to regular mode
and your problem would have been solved.
It is the booting into safe mode that fixed the problem.

Many people in the other post already report this way would not always solve the problem and even if luckily solve it this way then the problem will come back after awhile.
This problem has been explained to you. It's a Windows Problem. Post on their forum and ask them to fix it.
We've all done that. Complaining and trolling this forum isn't going to solve a Windows Problem.
End of topic.
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Many people in the other post already report this way would not always solve the problem and even if luckily solve it this way then the problem will come back after awhile.
I'd suggest, you post your own experience. ;)
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@ Asyn,
He can't even answer a simple question. :)
https://forum.avast.com/index.php?topic=184181.msg1299010#msg1299010
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When you use the Avast Uninstall utility, it reboots you to Safe Mode does it's removal and reboot to regular mode.
You could simply have Booted into Safe Mode with Networking on your own, not remove Avcast, reboot to regular mode
and your problem would have been solved.
It is the booting into safe mode that fixed the problem.

Many people in the other post already report this way would not always solve the problem and even if luckily solve it this way then the problem will come back after awhile.
This problem has been explained to you. It's a Windows Problem. Post on their forum and ask them to fix it.
We've all done that. Complaining and trolling this forum isn't going to solve a Windows Problem.
End of topic.

I would not say this again since I said too many times but Avast supporter like you look like don't want to understand English:

1. Avast is the only antivirus software having this problem, if it is a Windows problem then other antivirus softwares would have the same problem. If you want to prove other antivirus would have same problem then show a link to prove it.

2. I already pointed out few times that that Microsoft link never mentioned Avast or antivirus, people reported in that Microsoft post don't not use Avast, it is another problem and can be solved in other ways. The Avast user who uses Avast and having taskbar related problem is caused by somehow Avast not compatible with Windows 10. I already point out the only permanent solution is to uninstall Avast, you guys bring up some possible temporary solution but then as many other users point out the problem will be back after awhile. If you want to prove me wrong then show us a link with Avast related content in it.