Windows 10: Unresponsive toolbar forder buttons

Discus and support Unresponsive toolbar forder buttons in Windows 10 Support to solve the problem; Win 10 Pro 15063.1155 (1703/RS2) Lately, when I open file explorer folders, some randomly become non-responsive from the desktop toolbar. Left Click... Discussion in 'Windows 10 Support' started by kitpzyxmsir, Jun 29, 2018.

  1. kitpzyxmsir Win User

    Unresponsive toolbar forder buttons


    Win 10 Pro 15063.1155 (1703/RS2)

    Lately, when I open file explorer folders, some randomly become non-responsive from the desktop toolbar. Left Click on the toolbar button and nothing happens. I must right click them and choose "close window". I can reopen them from a shortcut or the file explorer before I close them.

    :)
     
    kitpzyxmsir, Jun 29, 2018
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  2. fussybob Win User

    IE11 Google Toolbar no auto search suggestions, no search history?


    Since the last Win 10 update my Google Toolbar won't list any search suggestions as I type and there is no search history listed. The Google tool bar will allow a search, but after a few searches no search history shows and no "clear search" button is listed either.

    I have turnd on "Suggest searches as you type", and "store search histroy on my computer" in the Google Toolbar options.

    Any suggestions to fix this?
     
    fussybob, Jun 29, 2018
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  3. Jimmy 2004 Win User
    Security Flaw Discovered in Google Toolbar

    A security flaw has been discovered in Google's Toolbar which could allow criminals to steal data or install malicious software onto people’s computers. The flaw works by exploiting the toolbar’s ability to install new buttons, and allows a hacker to potentially disguise malicious code as a legitimate button due to the fact that the toolbar does not perform adequate checks when buttons are being installed. To become a victim of the vulnerability, a user would have to be tricked into clicking a link which would open a new popup window asking them to install a custom button, which appears to be installed from a legitimate site such as Google. It then needs to be run from the toolbar, and a user would have to agree to downloading and running an executable. Given the number of steps involved, the flaw is not being treated as critical, and Google is already working on a fix for the problem.

    Source: Yahoo! News
     
    Jimmy 2004, Jun 29, 2018
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  4. AshleyLandry Win User

    Unresponsive toolbar forder buttons

    Toolbar and Start button Unresponsive

    I did a system restore however it was only a temporary fix, today once again the start button and search bar were non-operational. The first method you suggested yielded no solution and my computer will not let me add a new account I go to control panel,
    then all control panel items, then user accounts, and finally to manage accounts. On this screen there is a link which says: "Add a new user in PC settings" I click on it and nothing happens. Are there any other steps I could take to get my computer operational?
     
    AshleyLandry, Jun 29, 2018
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