Share experience: Ctrl + Alt + Del to call up the desktop.
1. This happens mostly because of system exceptions. At this point, you can use Ctrl + Alt + Del to call up Windows Task Manager.
2. Process → find the explorer.exe process further → end the process.
3. Then click file → new task (run) in the toolbar.
4. Click Browse in the pop-up run box.
5. Then find the system disk (usually C disk) → windows folder.
6. Then find the explorer.exe process → open.
Later, the desktop and taskbar will pop up automatically.
7. If you still have problems, you can find the regedit program in the windows folder (as above), and double-click to open the registry editor.
8. Navigate to: HKEY? Local? Machine \ software \ Microsoft \ Windows NT \ CurrentVersion \ Winlogon
Find the shell string in the right window, and make sure the numeric data here is explorer.exe (if not, double-click to open the modified one → OK).
9. If you still have problems, try to create a new account (especially if the account file is damaged).
The above is the introduction to the method of finding the desktop and taskbar missing after the computer is turned on. The operation is very simple. Have you learned it? I hope this article can help you!