Windows 10: Trouble restarting and running Windows Live Mail Solved

  1.    23 Nov 2015 #1

    <Resolved> Task Host Manager stopping restart. Live mail.


    Hi,
    When I try to restart Windows 10 I get a message about a Task Host Window that is running. I cannot seem to find it to close it. I am trying to restart because Windows Live Mail will not open and I have folders in the program that do not show up in "Mail".
    The Task Host message say's (\Microsoft\Windows\WindowsUpdate\Automatic App Update)

    I looked in Task Manager but I cannot find how to stop this. I can choose to restart anyway but if I do this Live Mail still does not work The problem may not be related but I cannot find out if I cant stop the Task Host Manager.

    Edit: I don't know what happened but finally the "Task Host Window" message went away, I was able to restart and now Live Mail will open again. Note, it sure seems like a reboot fixes a LOT of problems with Windows 10. Nearly every time I have a problem a reboot fixes it. Once I have had to rollback an update.


    Thanks,
    Julien
    Last edited by jbow; 23 Nov 2015 at 10:53.
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