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Hello! I recently installed the newest Windows 10 update but whenever I login onto my laptop, it goes through the process and then goes to a black screen with a cursor that I can move on it. I've tried restarting the laptop several times, each time not working at all. I don't want to resort to a system restore of any kind. I heard about disabling App Readiness but I'm concerned that if I do so, it'd cause more issues. I also heard about changing App Readiness from Automatic to Manual, yet it's already in manual mode. The only way that I can access a browser currently is by opening up Task Manager, running a new program and typing in chrome.exe to open this up. However, both my home screen and taskbar aren't showing up. I've also let the laptop stay on the black screen after logging in for around 20 minutes which did absolutely nothing. After the update, I also encountered an issue to where I couldn't click anything on the taskbar besides my pinned programs (chrome, explorer, etc.) and Cortana. I could not click on the windows home button or any of the ones on the very right side from the default taskbar. Any help would be greatly appreciated, I just don't want to do a system restore or alter any files of any sort. Thank you!
All of a sudden my taskbar is super small. I.e. From side to side it shrunk and it now has scrolling arrows. The area to the right of the time and date is about 2" long now too. I'm wondering in it's a problem with the latest "fast build" update? I have a lot of trouble accessing the app icons on the taskbar as they are to cramped. Does anyone have an idea what the problem is and how to fix it? I've attached a .jpg of the taskbar to show what I mean. Thanks all for any help.