Immediately after upgrading to Windows 10 1709 "Fall Creators Update", I've noticed three problems with my main profile that I suspect are all related.
- Notification Center is out of whack
When alerts show up in the Notification Center, I can clear them away with the "Clear all" button, but the number on the icon showing how many alerts there are does not change. If I check the Notification Center a minute or so later, the alerts that I cleared are back. Also, the "Action Center" (buttons on the bottom of the Notification Center that do things like enable/disable Wi-Fi, adjust brightness, turn on "night light", etc.) does not show up, even though I have it configured to show up in Settings.
- Start Menu icons are missing
Err... Pic shows it all. Tiles are present and functional but the icons and graphics are gone.
- Can't right-click on taskbar buttons
If I right-click on a program on the taskbar (for example, to get to the menu to unpin an icon)... The right-click menu does not show up.
[Edit] Just noticed that right-clicking on Start Menu tiles does not work either (the context menu does not appear).
It's like some of the "modern" elements of the UI have decided not to work. The clock fly-out and Cortana still work. Anyone else seen something like this? Any ideas on how to solve (without losing my profile)? Other profiles on the machine work fine.