There has been some kind of devilishness going on with the Start menu over the past 7 years: for example, in 2012 Microsoft removed it altogether with the release of Windows 8, which caused widespread discontent. A year later, in Windows 8.1, the company decided to return its icon back – however, clicking on it again led to the same tile screen. And only in Windows 10 did the relatively familiar Start menu return, but the tiles still remained in it. And, most unpleasant, for some unknown reason, the Start menu was included in the Explorer. As a result, it worked slowly, and if it hung, you had to restart the conductor process. But everything ever changes for the better: so, in the current version of 1903, Microsoft has finally fixed this defect, and now the Start menu has its own process, so it works much faster and more stable.
But nevertheless, if you like not to restart the computer for weeks and actively use live tiles, it can become “buggy". However, now this is not a problem – you can restart its process in just a couple of clicks. To do this, open the task manager, find the process with the perfectly translated name “Run” and complete it:
Since it is important for the system, the latter instantly starts it again, after which the Start menu should work as if the computer had just been turned on.