Jul 12 2021 07:32 AM
Jul 12 2021 07:32 AM
Hello, recently i've upgraded from win 10 to win 11 and everything is running smooth except for the UI for taskbar it's all the same as 10 and start menu along with search are not working so is there anyway to get the UI of windows 11 and make them work?
Jul 12 2021 07:51 AM
Hi I also wrote about it - Windows11 removed the possibility of settings!
also wants to have it as Win10 need to report to Microsoft engineers
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Jul 29 2021 07:39 PM - edited Jul 29 2021 07:41 PM
Mohamed didn't really explain clearly, but I'm experiencing the exact same issue as he is. I have Windows 11 preview Version 10.0.22000.100 installed, and the taskbar hasn't updated properly. The Windows 10 taskbar remains, and as such, the start menu does not open. Here's a screenshot that shows what I see:
I have tried using sfc /scannow, and tried rolling back + reinstalling that build, with no luck. When I press the Windows key on my keyboard, or click the start button or search button, nothing happens.
Jul 29 2021 11:52 PM
I'm facing the exact same issue. I went back from Dev version to Windows 10 last month and installed the beta version today.
I tested further. Created a new user with my wife's Microsoft account. It started with the proper new account 'Hi' thing and showed the correct Win 11 start menu.
This leads me to believe there is an issue in the User account migration. Removing the user account and adding it back should be able to fix this however I'm yet to test it.
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Jul 30 2021 07:53 AM
I'm on DEV but Beta is currently is in the same version (.100). Some of the issues reported by Beta have already been reported by DEV users last week. But, this taskbar issue seems to be happening to a few people even on the Feedback Hub on the Beta side of updating to Windows 11 Build 22000.100. I haven't had the experience, but I know others are facing it. I would say report it to Microsoft Feedback to prevent in future builds or go back to Windows 10 through Settings, Windows Update, Advanced Options, Recovery, Go Back than if you want try going back into the Beta Channel and re-downloading .100 again or simply just wait into the next build of Windows 11 Beta.
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