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Did I wreck my menu button?

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I recently upgraded to W10 and so was fishing around in files and discovered old "shell menu" folder from W8 and so removed it. Would this cause my menu to not work when clicked on and also my Calendar wont open and my sound icon wont open...all seems to be tray related although some things pinned in my tray do open? 

 

Any ideas whats going on?


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Where was the folder for the old shell menu?
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It was in C drive but not sure how deep....does W10 use shell?


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Are you having problems? If yes, do a System Restore to before you deleted it.


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I already deleted it....just asking if the "shell menu" component of W8 is needed by W10 and if this is why my windows menu button wont open and my calendar, speakers and some icons in my tray wont open?

 

Help please...


Edited by ding dong, 10 January 2016 - 04:04 PM.

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