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How To Fix Windows 10 Stuck on Welcome Screen After login

Windows 10 comes with lots of features and improvements and This is the best windows ever release by Microsoft. But some of the users complain that When they login to any user account Windows 10 is stuck on the loading screen, windows is stuck on the welcome screen, or windows is stuck on the windows logo for a long time it’s just on the login window. The Welcome screen is the Main interface that Windows 10 users use in order to log on to their computer via any one of the accounts that they have created on it. Most of the users facing is their computer getting stuck on a completely unresponsive Welcome screen after upgrading to Windows 10.

windows 10 stuck on the loading screen with the spinning circle is not only quite a common problem but is also a highly agitating one as it leaves the affected computer entirely unusable. Anything from a faulty system update to some other software problem can cause a Windows 10 computer to get stuck on the Welcome screen. And this problem is also known to sometimes occur completely out of the blue, no matter what the cause, computers that are affected by this problem need to be fixed.

Lots of users encounter stuck at login screen issues after upgrading to Windows 10. That’s another Windows 10 bug, which hasn’t been resolved by Windows engineers yet. Stuck at the welcome screen may be caused by issues startup failure, incompatible software, driver failure, outdated software, corrupted registries, and similar issues.

Fix Windows 10 stuck on the loading screen

Some users who upgraded to Windows 10 are reporting that their PC is now stuck at the login screen. In some cases, the field to enter the password is missing, in other cases, the keyboard is missing or the password is not being accepted. the mouse just appears on a blank black screen with the blue spinning circle. If something similar happens to you, then try the following fixes.

Access Advanced startup

Windows 10 and 8.1 include the “Windows Startup Settings” or “Advanced startup” options formerly known as “Advanced boot options” that can help you to troubleshoot, diagnose, and fix your PC if it is having problems starting or fix startup issues. Here you can access Windows diagnostic and repair tools like Reset This PC, System Restore, Command Prompt, Startup Repair, and much more.

Read How To Access Advanced Startup Options on Windows 10 and 8.1

Windows Advanced Options

Perform Startup Repair

Now on the Advanced options screen click on the Startup Repair option. Startup Repair Will Repair If any Corrupt system file or application prevents your user from login windows. when you select startup repair this will restart the window and during startup, this will start to diagnose your system. During this diagnostic phase, Startup Repair will scan your system and analyze the various settings, configuration options, and system files as it looks for corrupt files or botched configuration settings. More specifically, Startup Repair will look for the following problems:

  1. Missing/corrupt/incompatible drivers
  2. Missing/corrupt system files
  3. Missing/corrupt boot configuration settings
  4. Corrupt registry settings
  5. Corrupt disk metadata (master boot record, partition table, or boot sector)
  6. Problematic update installation

If Startup Repair detects any of these types of problems, it will automatically attempt to fix them. If Startup Repair can fix the problem, it will do so without any intervention. It will then restart the system and boot normally. most of the time after performing Startup repair your problem windows 10 stuck on the loading screen may get fix and windows is able to login to windows. if you still having the same error after performing Startup Error then follow the next Troubleshooting step.

Boot Windows Into Safe mode

Safe mode is an inbuilt troubleshooting feature that disables unnecessary and programs during the startup process. windows 10 safe mode loads the operating system with a minimal set of system device drivers just enough to boot windows os and in safe mode the startup programs, add-ons, etc do not run. so if any corrupted driver, application or virus prevents the user to logon to windows then Safe mode can help to login to windows 10 To perform Troubleshooting Steps.

To Login to Safe mode into windows 10 and 8.1 Click on Startup Settings from Advanced Startup Options  
Now On Next Screen Startup Settings Click on Restart. This will Restart windows. After your PC restarts, you’ll see a list of options. Select 4 or F4 to start your PC in Safe Mode. Or if you’ll need to use the Internet, select 5 or F5 for Safe Mode with Networking.

windows 10 safe mode boot option

Press F5 This will Start windows into the Safe mode where the minimal set of system device drivers are loaded. Now when you are able to login to windows you can easily find the cause which prevents users to log in to windows.

Remove Recent Installed Applications

If this problem Started After installing a New software, Install a new Driver Application or antivirus then, this installed application may be causing the problem to prevent the user from login into windows. for this, you have to uninstall the program, then evaluating your system. To Remove / Uninstall any Recent application follow the steps.

First, ensure you have administrative rights to make changes or uninstall any application. Let’s follow the steps to Do this. First open  Control Panel \ All Control Panel Items \ Programs and Features.  now select the recently installed Application and click uninstall.
Restart windows and check. if the recent application is the cause of this welcome screen problem then after removing this you may smoothly login to your Windows user account. If still, it’s causing the problem then follow the next troubleshooting step.

Repair Corrupted system files

Windows has an inbuilt System File Checker tool That can use to scan the system for any potentially corrupted files. This tool will detail and potentially fix any unexpected corruptions, returning the system to a good working state. To run the system file check tool first open the command prompt To do this, click Start, type Command Prompt or cmd in the Search box, right-click Command Prompt, and then click Run as administrator. If you are prompted for an administrator password or for a confirmation, type the password, or click Allow. At the command prompt, type the following command, and then press ENTER:
sfc /scannow

Run system file checker

The sfc /scannow command will scan all protected system files, and replace corrupted files with a cached copy that is located in a compressed folder at %WinDir%System32dllcache. This command can take a little time to complete. Do not close the Command Prompt window until the verification is 100% complete.

Perform System Restore From Advance options

If all of the above methods fail to fix this is and unable to log in to windows Then It’s time to utilize the system Restore Feature. by using system Restore we can Revert back your system to the previous working start. Read How To Perform System Restore on Windows 10, 8.1 and 7

Perform System Restore is different from Normal system Restore. To perform advanced system Restore on windows 10 First Access the Advanced options and Click on System Restore.  This Will Start the Windows System Restore screen.

When the Restore system files and settings open click on next Now on Restore your computer to the state it was in before the selected event screen select the Restore point date and click next.

On the next screen When you click on the finish this will prompt a screen “Once Started, System Restore cannot be interrupted. Do you want to continue ? ” click yes to confirm the System Restore.

This will start the system Restore Initializing window, Restoring files, Finalizing file Restore, Finishing Restore and Windows will Restore the windows. After restart windows will prompt a confirm message System Restored successfully.

Now Hope This time you are able to Login to windows. Now perform the Next steps to Avoid This problem from the Feature login.

Rename Software Distribution Folder

Once you manage to log in to your PC/laptop, try doing the following steps. Click Start, type Command Prompt or cmd in the Search box, right-click Command Prompt, and then click Run as administrator. If you are prompted for an administrator password or for a confirmation, type the password, or click Allow.

At the command prompt, type the following command, and then press ENTER:

Type net stop wuauserv and hit enter key To stop the windows update service

Now type net stop bits And hit enter key to Stop the Background Intelligent Transfer Service

rename c:windowsSoftwareDistribution  SoftwareDistribution.bak
Type net start wuauserv and hit enter key To start the windows update service

Now type net start bits And hit enter key to start the Background Intelligent Transfer Service

Now reboot your PC/laptop and check if the stuck screen has gone. Hope After perform These Steps your problem may get solved. Still, have any Query Comment below.
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These are some best working solutions to fix Windows Startup problems, windows stuck on the welcome screen, windows stuck on shutting down screen, windows stuck at checking for updates Include windows 10 stuck on the loading screen with spinning circle problem. Have any query suggestion feel free to comment below. Also, Read Fix Windows Explorer Keep Crashing, has Stopped working

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