Fast Restart Windows after Applying Settings provides a lot of secret ways to close the shell Explorer. These can be useful when you make any changes in the records that affect the Explorer or for developers who perform tests with extensions shell. Today I’ll share some ways to do it, if you dont’t know.
Fast Restart Windows after Applying Settings
There are several reasons why one would want to close the shell Explorer and restart it , such as:
1. If you are trying to uninstall some software extensions shell, for example 7-ZIP. If you leave the Explorer, all extensions will be uninstalled from the shell and can be completely removed by the uninstaller. All files that have been blocked by Explorer.exe process will be released.
2. If you applied a setting that requires sign out and then you start it again, in most cases to restart the shell will suffice.
“Exit Explorer” from the context menu of the Task-bar
In Windows 8,10, hold down the keys Ctrl + Shift on your keyboard and right click anywhere on the Taskbar, you discovered a hidden context menu: “Exit Explorer”.
Use the Task Manager Windows 8, 10
Right click on Task-bar and click on “Task Manager”
Find the “Windows Explorer” application on the “Processes” tab and select it. The button that says “End Process” at the bottom right corner will change to “Restart.” Or you can right-click on the “Windows Explorer” and select Restart.
Windows Explorer, also known as the “frame” is the interface you use to control Windows and is showing the desktop icons, task-bar and Start menu. Sometimes Windows Explorer to freeze or can not answer; if that happens, you may need to reboot after installing a program. You can use Task Manager to close Windows Explorer and restart quickly rather than having to wait until the computer is restarted.