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    How To Use The Secret Exit Explorer Option on Windows 10

    As you know that it is very hard to find out hidden tricks while a new operating system launches. So, we are providing this article to expose a secret Exit Explorer option. This option is hide in the Start menu and Taskbar which was absent in Windows 8/8.1. Finally, Windows 10 has been introduced with Start Screen as well as Start Menu. Whenever you install a new software in your PC then you need to restart your PC which takes little bit time due to which you start to annoy. But the hidden Exit Explorer option provides you not to reboot the PC again. It is just similar to the reboot process.

    Windows 10 How to Exit and Restore Explorer Trick

    When you use the Exit Explorer once then all items from the desktop and taskbar is ended. But you can restore them back again if you want by following the given instructions.

    The Secret Exit Explorer Option on Windows 10 Start Menu and Taskbar

    Let you know the following few tips how you can use the hidden Exit Explorer option in your PC.

    Tips

    1. First of all, open Start Menu from the desktop. Press CTRL with Shift keys and hold it and then do right-click at any empty space of Start Menu.

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    2. Now you will get a hidden feature Exit Explorer option in the context menu.

    3. You have another option to just open the secret Exit Explorer. Again, tap CTRL with Shift keys and make right-click at empty space of Taskbar.

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    When you click on Exit Explorer option then all items like Taskbar, Start Screen, etc of Windows Explorer and you will not able to access this again.

    To recover all items again, you need to copy the following steps:

    1. Press CTRL key with Shift and Esc buttons altogether to open Task Manager.

    2. Now hit on Details option at the top and then tap on File to open Run new task option.

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    3. Write the text Explorer in the box and finally click on OK button. Then you will recover all items in your PC as you had previously.



    That's all.

    Hope, you will really enjoy this feature if you perform it.

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    Quote Originally Posted by cutesunita21 View Post
    This option is hide in the Start menu and Taskbar which was absent in Windows 8/8.1.
    This trick works just fine from the desktop on my Win 8.1 Pro desktop setup.
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    thanks.
    The trick is working on my Windows 10 Laptop too. So I decided to share it.

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