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  • System Tray Problems in Win10 Home v2004

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        I am using Windows 10 Home, v. 2004, 64-bit, with a laptop connected to the Internet via Wi-Fi.

        I just noticed that if I click on the Wi-Fi or Clock icons (both in the System Tray), nothing happens.  Typically, clicking on the Wi-Fi icon would show the available Wi-Fi networks and the tiles for Wi-Fi, Airplane Mode, Mobile Hotspot. And normally clicking on the clock would bring up the calendar.

        Plese note:  The laptop is able to connect to all the registered Wi-Fi networks.  I don’t have a problem connecting to the Internet so long as one of the registered Wi-Fi networks is available.  But the problem would be if I need to connect to a new Wi-Fi network.

        All the other icons in the System Tray seem to work ok.

        Has anyone else experienced this?

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        2004 is in the beta stages and has some (many) bugs.
        regarding system tray see

        One poster’s solution :

        “In the end I used the Recovery setting to go back to the previous version of Windows 10 (version 1909).

        The system tray icons are now working as expected, and I think I’ll wait before upgrading to version 2004 again.”

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