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Right Click Not Responding and Crashes Windows 10 version 1803

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After installing the Recent update or Upgrade to Windows 10 April 2018 update, users Report Right Click Not Responding ( the context menu doesn’t appear ) and Crashes file Explorer In Windows 10. In some cases right clicking on the mouse works erratically; sometimes responding and others just remain still. If performing right click crashes File Explorer And not responding in Windows 10 some solutions you may try to get rid of this “Right Click Not Responding and Crashes” problem.

Mostly Right Click Not Responding and Crashes In Windows 10 due To system file corruption which directly affects File Explorer functionality or corrupted File Explorer app. Also some third-party software, which might have blocked File Explorer, Due to application of any policy setting (either on your standalone machine or from the domain, part of which your system is) that restricts File Explorer and the last one Virus and malware infection.




Fix Right Click Not Responding and Crashes

After understand Why Right Click Not Responding and Crashes the file explorer on windows, And the reason behind this issue here apply bellow solutions to get rid of this Error. Start with Basic Troubleshooting first restart the Explorer by following steps below.

Restart Windows Explorer

To Restart Windows explorer we need to End the currently running task on Task manager. For this press Alt + Ctrl + Del and select Task manager. Also, you can open Task manager from Right click on Taskbar and select Task manager.  Here under process tab scroll down and look for windows explorer, Right click and select End Task.

end windows explorer
End windows explorer process

Again click on File ->  run new task -> type explorer.exe. and checkmark create this task with administrative privileges. Now Check problem solved, If not fallow next solution.

run explorer exe
explorer exe

Check Corrupted system files

As discussed before corrupted system file are the main reason behind this Right Click Not Responding and Crashes In Windows 10. Checking for Corrupted system files using inbuilt SFC Utility can help to fix and restore missing, corrupted system files on windows 10.

For This, we need to open the command prompt as administrator. you can do this by simply type cmd on start menu search, right click on command prompt from search results and select run as administrator.

Note: Due to this right click Crash issue if you are unable to open the command prompt, Or perform any task we recommend to Start windows into safe mode then, perform the steps.

Now on Command prompt type sfc /scannow and hit enter key to execute the command.

Run sfc scannow
Run sfc scannow

This will start scanning windows for corrupted, missing system files If found any the SFC utility will restore them itself from a cache folder stored on windows installation drive. You Can Read more About windows SFC utility from Here. Now Wait until 100% complete the scanning process.  Then after type command bellow to clean up and repair windows OS.

Dism /Online /Cleanup-Image /RestoreHealth

dism-restore-health-command
DISM restore health command

You can Read more about DISM restore health command with details. Again wait until 100% complete the process and Restart windows now check problem solved. This is the best and most working solution solved,  Right Click Not Responding and Crashes Issue for number of users. I hope This will also fix the problem for you.




Make sure Latest updates installed

Microsoft push Day to day updates with new Features and security improvements and bug fixes. So make sure windows have installed recent updates properly. You can check and install latest updates for your windows computer by following below.

Click on Start menu -> Settings -> Update and security -> Check for updates.

check for updates on Windows 10
check for updates on Windows 10

Check for virus infection

Also As discussed before Virus and malware infection Can cause this Right click Not responding and Crashes Windows file explorer. We strongly Recommended to Download And install an Antivirus / Anti-malware application with latest updates installed. Then perform a full system scan for virus and malware infection. After complete, the scanning process simply Restart windows and check problem solved. if not fallow next step.

Remove Recent Third party application

If the problem Started recent After Install a third party application, then the application incompatibility, the problem with the application or you may install a virus/malware with this application. Especially using Activators, Cracks, Nulled files can cause this type of issue. We recommend to Remove the recent application, which after installing the problem started Right Click Not Responding and Crashes by following steps below.

Open Control panel -> View by category -> uninstall a program under programs -> Select and right-click the recently installed application, Then click on Uninstall/Remove.

uninstall a application on windows 10
uninstall an application on windows 10



Change display settings

Also Changing the Display Settings help, some windows user to fix Right Click Not Responding and Crashes In Windows 10. To change Display Settings Start button > Settings > System.

Here On Display panel, change the size of your text to 100%,  Don’t set it to 175%, 125% thought, 175% is reported to be the cause of this problem. Then after Check to see if you can access to File Explorer now.

These are some best working solutions to fix Right Click Not Responding and Crashes, right click not working in file explorer, Right click crashes windows 10 etc. I hope after applying these solutions your problem will be get solved. Still, have any query, a suggestion about this post Right Click Not Responding and Crashes In Windows 10 Feel free to discuss on Comments below. Also Read from our blog Microsoft Edge crashes/freeze after windows 10 April 2018 update.

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