Black screen in Windows 10 after upgrade
As you know, a black screen in Windows 10 after the upgrade of the system may appear on any PC. This appearance is connected with a kind of software failure, which the developers are trying to solve and so far, they are not very good at it. Although, by the next major OS upgrade, they promise to fix everything on 100% of devices. Well, for now, you and I will have to download updated versions of version 1809 and version 1803, after which, try to deal with the problem yourself.
After completing the OS upgrade, many users see a black screen after booting the system, which prevents them from doing anything with the computer. In such a situation: someone tries to wait a bit, someone tries to call additional system consoles, and someone almost immediately uses the shutdown button to perform an emergency power off. Of course, all these methods have a place to be, but the effectiveness of them is minimum and as a result, you can get even more problems... Therefore, you need to act in stages in order to "correctly" reboot the device and make it work.
How to eliminate black screen in Windows 10 after installing update version 1809 or version 1803?
At the moment, the easiest way to get the system out of the “black screen mode” is the method proposed by the creators of the upgrades of versions 1809 and 1803. You should not look for something even simpler, since in our opinion this is the best option worthy of your attention, because it works in almost 99% of cases.
Suppose you independently authorized an OS update, or the OS automatically launched the process of downloading and installing updates → after the updates were installed, the next boot of Windows 10 did not succeed and you see a black screen, therefore you need to launch the Task Manager application, which is easy will cope with your problem (the application is launched by simultaneously pressing the “Ctrl + Alt + Delete” buttons) → after launching the Task Manager, you do not need to go to the application itself on the “initial screen”, how you could do it earlier, but you need to use the button responsible for “Power”, which is located at the very bottom of the right corner of the monitor → click on the “Power” button, to open a small context menu, among the modest list of items in which you can choose - “Restart” → further, the restart process and subsequent OS loading will proceed in “normal mode”, then you will be able to see that the black screen in Windows 10 after the upgrade has disappeared and the “tens” working environment you again available in that whom the state in which you could use it earlier.
Of course, someone who read the above instructions for solving a black screen problem may seem like it is too simple to fix a software failure, but in fact, everything is much simpler than it seems and often Such a system problem can be solved much easier and faster with the method described above than with the more sophisticated and most complex ones.