Windows 10: After Update 2022-04 x64 KB5012643 Boot-up, task bar and file explorer is very slow

Discus and support After Update 2022-04 x64 KB5012643 Boot-up, task bar and file explorer is very slow in Windows 10 Gaming to solve the problem; After installing the Windows 11 update x64 KB5012643 on Wednesday 27 April 2022, boot-up is slow, my taskbar then takes a long time to appear. When I... Discussion in 'Windows 10 Gaming' started by carra23, Apr 29, 2022.

  1. carra23 Win User

    After Update 2022-04 x64 KB5012643 Boot-up, task bar and file explorer is very slow


    After installing the Windows 11 update x64 KB5012643 on Wednesday 27 April 2022, boot-up is slow, my taskbar then takes a long time to appear. When I use file explorer, it's very, very slow too. Checked my 16GO of RAM and that's fiine. Ran chkdsk and that's fine. Ran cleanmgr.exe. Cleaned up the startup tab in task manager. I ran msdt.exe /id PerformanceDiagnosticI've emptied C:\Users\%username%\AppData\Roaming\Microsoft\Windows\Recent\AutomaticDestinations and there's no change.I've scanned for viruses and malware.I've run SFC/sacnnow for corrupted files. I've run scan disk for errors.I've tr

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    carra23, Apr 29, 2022
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  2. Mikky_888 Win User

    how to successfully pin files to the task bar

    I use to be able to drag and drop files onto the task bar and they would reside withing the file list for that program. Since the recent upgrade it appears that I am not able to pin a file to the program on the task bar. Suggestions?
     
    Mikky_888, Apr 29, 2022
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  3. Windows 10 File Explorer not responsive on Task Bar.

    After upgrading from Windows 7 to Windows 10, the File Explorer has become unresponsive on the Task Bar. After clicking the File Explorer on the Task Bar the Desktop refreshes but I never get the list of files. The only way I can access my files is to right
    click on the Windows icon at the lower left of the screen, then select File Explorer.

    I've tried unpinning the File Explorer from the Task Bar and then re-adding it. This did not solve the problem.

    One additional piece of information, I have four accounts on this PC. Two of the accounts have the problem I described above. The other two accounts work correctly.

    Thanks for your help.
     
    JamesEastman, Apr 29, 2022
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  4. sixt5cuda Win User

    After Update 2022-04 x64 KB5012643 Boot-up, task bar and file explorer is very slow

    Windows 10 lost my pinned OneDrive file links on the task bar

    First, my files are not missing, I simply cannot access them the same way I did with Windows 8 and 8.1

    Correct behavior from Windows 8.1:

    1) Open Windows Explorer

    2) Find and open Notepad file "Notes.txt" located in a OneDrive folder

    3) Notepad is pinned to the task bar

    4) Right-click on Notepad icon in task bar

    5) List of recent files appears, including files recently opened on OneDrive

    6) Right-click on "Notes.txt", left-click on Pin To This List

    7) "Notes.txt" is now quickly accessible from the list of files in the Notepad list on the task bar

    Under Windows 10, step 5 is broken. Files located on OneDrive never appear in the list of recent items for a pinned application on the task bar. This behavior is duplicated on the Start Menu Jump List.

    Under Windows 8.1, I had many pinned documents connected to applications on my task bar. As soon as Windows 10 booted the first time, these links disappeared. Links to documents on the desktop or in my local Documents folder, remained linked to task bar
    applications.

    Has anyone else seen this behavior, or is it just my computer?
     
    sixt5cuda, Apr 29, 2022
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