- Does this happen for ALL users or just one?
- What happens if you choose 1 Close the program?
guess: there's a corrupted file on your desktop folder (or the All
Users desktop). Deleting that should solve the issue. You could do that
from another administrator account (always have 2 available!), from a
Linux Live CD or from the command prompt in the system recovery options
But it could be something else, such as malware that's starting when
Explorer starts. Then it's time for a clean install of you OS.
I use Windows Ultimate 7th I have a problem because it started to
appear on the desk as a message content: WINDOWS EXPLORER IS NOT RESPONDING
Under than next tex:WINDOWS CAN TRY TO RESTART THE PROGRAM
and: 1. CLOSE THE PROGRAM
2. WAIT FOR THE PROGRAM TO RESPOND
What should I do? With respect....