I am an early adopter of Windows 10, and I am a .NET / Web developer so I like to push the bounds a bit when testing out a new OS. I also try to work against the latest / freshest builds available.
With prior releases of windows, when the Windows button and taskbar became unresponsive you could kill the
explorer.exe process in Task Manager.
With Windows 10 (RC), the game has changed a bit. Anyone know how to reset the
How can I recover when the OS is hung up and the start button is unresponsive.
I'd prefer not to (a) log out or (b) restart.
This is more of a curiosity than a REAL problem, but thanks in advance!
UPDATE / CLARIFICATION
The new task manager doesn't show process names, and there is an application called "Windows Explorer" but I think its limited to the actual file browser (Explorer) and restarting it has no effect on the start menu.