Windows Explorer Tidak Merespons atau Berhenti Bekerja? 13 Cara Memperbaiki

Windows Explorer Tidak Merespons atau Berhenti Bekerja? 13 Cara Memperbaiki.

 Windows Explorer Tidak Merespons atau Berhenti Bekerja? 13 Cara Memperbaiki



Windows Explorer memiliki sejarah panjang masalah stabilitas, dan rebranding "File Explorer" dalam iterasi Windows baru-baru ini tidak banyak memperbaiki keadaan. Jadi, tidak jarang menemukan pembekuan dan kerusakan acak dengan pesan kesalahan yang menyertainya seperti "Windows Explorer tidak merespons" dan "Windows Explorer telah berhenti bekerja" saat berinteraksi dengan sistem file pada PC.


Sebagian besar komplikasi dengan Windows Explorer atau File Explorer adalah contoh satu kali yang hanya muncul saat sistem operasi sedang stres. Tetapi jika Anda mengalami masalah yang sama berulang kali, tips pemecahan masalah di bawah ini akan memungkinkan Anda untuk mengatasinya.

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Mulai ulang File Explorer


Memulai ulang Windows Explorer (yang terus menjadi proses mendasar di balik File Explorer) adalah perbaikan cepat untuk gangguan kecil terkait sistem yang menyebabkannya macet atau macet.


1. Klik kanan bilah tugas dan pilih opsi berlabel Pengelola Tugas. Jika bilah tugas tampak tidak responsif, gunakan penekanan tombol Shift + Ctrl + Esc untuk meluncurkan Pengelola Tugas.


2. Pilih Lebih detail untuk memperluas tampilan Pengelola Tugas default.


3. Di bawah tab Processes, cari dan klik kanan Windows Explorer. Kemudian, pilih Mulai Ulang.


Buka kembali File Explorer


Selain manajemen file, File Explorer juga mendukung antarmuka pengguna di belakang elemen seperti bilah tugas dan desktop. Jadi jika benar-benar macet (seperti pada, Anda tidak melihat bilah tugas dan desktop), Anda harus membukanya kembali secara manual.


1. Tekan Shift + Ctrl + Esc untuk membuka Task Manager.


2. Buka menu File dan pilih opsi Run new task.


3. Ketik explorer.exe dan pilih OK.

Nonaktifkan Detail dan Panel Pratinjau


Jika Anda hanya menemukan kesalahan "Windows Explorer tidak merespons" atau "Windows Explorer telah berhenti bekerja" saat memilih file dan folder di File Explorer, coba matikan panel Detail dan Pratinjau.


1. Buka jendela File Explorer baru.


2. Pilih tab Lihat.


3. Di dalam grup Panel, nonaktifkan panel Pratinjau dan panel Detail.


4. Mulai ulang proses Windows Explorer melalui Task Manager.


5. Luncurkan kembali File Explorer dan periksa apakah masalah tetap ada. Jika demikian, lanjutkan dengan perbaikan lainnya.


Ubah Tampilan File Explorer Default


Jika File Explorer macet atau macet segera setelah Anda membukanya, mengubah tampilan default dari Akses cepat ke PC ini dapat mencegahnya. Anda tidak akan melihat daftar file dan folder terbaru Anda lagi, tetapi ini memungkinkan Anda untuk mengesampingkan masalah yang disebabkan oleh entri yang usang atau rusak dalam riwayat File Explorer.


1. Tekan Windows + R untuk membuka kotak Run. Kemudian, ketik folder kontrol dan pilih OK. Dialog Opsi File Explorer akan muncul di layar.


2. Di bawah tab General, buka menu pull-down di sebelah Open File Explorer to dan pilih This PC.


3. Pilih Terapkan > OK untuk menyimpan perubahan.


Jika itu membantu, buka kembali dialog Opsi File Explorer dan pilih Hapus untuk menghapus riwayat File Explorer. Kemudian, ubah kembali tampilan default menjadi Akses cepat. Setelah itu, masalah tidak boleh terjadi lagi.


Hapus Tembolok Gambar Kecil


File Explorer menampilkan preview thumbnail dari file dan folder. Tetapi cache thumbnail yang ketinggalan zaman adalah kemungkinan alasan lain untuk macet dan macet, jadi menghapusnya dapat membantu.

1. Press Windows + R, type cleanmgr into the Run box, and select OK.


2. Check the box next to Thumbnails.


3. Select OK.


Disable Thumbnail Previews


If clearing the thumbnail cache didn’t help, try turning off all thumbnail previews in File Explorer.


1. Open the File Explorer Options dialog and switch to the View tab.


2. Under Advanced settings, check the box next to Always show icons, never thumbnails.


3. Select Apply > OK.


Set Display Scale and Layout to Defaults


Using a larger display size for text and apps can also trigger the “Windows Explorer is not responding” and “Windows Explorer has stopped working” errors. It’s best to revert that to the default recommended setting.


1. Open the Start menu and go to Settings > System > Display.


2. Scroll down to the Scale and layout section.


3. Set Change the size of text, apps, and other items to 100% (Recommended).


Update or Roll Back Display Driver


An outdated display driver can result in all sorts of File Explorer-related issues. You can download and install the latest version of the driver by heading over to the video card manufacturer’s website – NVIDIA, AMD, or Intel.


However, if the issue occurred right after a recent display driver update, you must roll it back.


1. Press Windows + X and select Device Manager.


2. Expand Display adapters.


3. Right-click the video card driver that you want to roll back and select Properties.


4. Switch to the Drivers tab.


5. Select Roll Back Driver.


Update Windows 10


Display drivers aside, File Explorer can also fail to respond or stop working due to an outdated version of Windows 10. If you haven’t updated the operating system recently, try doing that as soon as possible.


1. Go to Start > Settings > Update & Security > Windows Update.


2. Select Check for updates to scan for new updates.


3. Select Download and install to apply pending updates.


Additionally, check for and install any display-related drivers under View optional updates (if you see the option).


Run Malware Scan


Malicious programs can induce all sorts of issues and prevent critical Windows components such as File Explorer from working correctly. If you don’t have a third-party antivirus solution on your computer, you can use Windows Security to remove malware instead.


1. Select Windows Security on the system tray.


2. Go to Virus & threat protection > Check for updates to install the latest antimalware definitions.


3. Select Quick scan.


If Windows Security fails to detect malware, select Scan options and follow up with a Full scan or a Microsoft Defender Offline scan.


Disable Third-Party Shell Extensions


Does File Explorer freeze or crash only when right-clicking items? Conflicting contextual menu entries from third-party programs usually cause that. Use a program such as ShellExView to disable them.


1. Download and open ShellExView on your computer.


2. Open the Options menu and select Hide All Microsoft Extensions.


3. Select all third-party extensions and select Disable Selected Items.


If File Explorer begins to work correctly, re-activate each deactivated shell extension until you come across the problematic item. Then, update the related program (which could fix the issue), keep the extension disabled, or remove it from your computer.


Reset File Associations


Incorrect, conflicting, or broken file associations in Windows 10 are another reason that results in File Explorer-related freezes and crashes. Try resetting them.


1. Open the Start menu and select Settings.


2. Go to Apps > Default Apps.


3. Select Reset.


Resetting file associations also revert default programs (such as the web browser) to Microsoft’s stock apps, so you may have to reconfigure your preferences.


Run SFC Scan and DISM Tool


If the “Windows Explorer is not responding” and “Windows Explorer has stopped working” errors continue to show up, it’s a good idea to run the System File Checker and the DISM (Deployment Image Servicing and Management) tool. That should fix File Explorer-related issues caused by corrupted system files.


Run System File Checker


1. Press Windows + X to open the Power User Menu. Then, select Windows PowerShell (Admin).


2. Type the following command:


sfc /scannow


3. Press Enter to run the System File Checker.


For best results, repeat the SFC scan a total of three times.


Run DISM Tool


1. Open an elevated Windows PowerShell console.


2. Run the following command:


DISM /Online /Cleanup-Image /CheckHealth


3. If the DISM tool detects any issues, execute the two commands below:


DISM /Online /Cleanup-Image /ScanHealth


DISM /Online /Cleanup-Image /RestoreHealth


Windows Explorer Still Not Working: What Else?


The fixes above should’ve helped you resolve issues with File Explorer not responding. If not, here are several advanced fixes that you can try:

  * Retry the fixes above after loading Windows 10 in Safe Mode

  * Delete temporary files in Windows 10

  * Perform a clean boot

  * Use System Restore to revert Windows 10

  * Restore Windows 10 to factory settings


Going forward, keeping the operating system updated is the best way to minimize potential File Explorer-related issues.



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