How to reset the cache of "live" tiles in Windows 10
If you are reading this article, then for sure you need to know about how to reset the cache of "live" tiles in Windows 10, is not it...? And most likely, you brought this need here because one or more living tiles in your operating system are hanging and showing you not up-to-date news information, but something that is outdated. But since you are used to receiving only the actual information, accordingly, you need to reset the cache of the tiles, which is performed as follows.
Use the command "regedit", which will allow you to access the "Registry Editor" from which you can use the tweak registry. Note that in order to start using the tweak registry in Windows 10, you will need to go through the following path in the Registry Editor: HKEY_CURRENT_USER \ Software \ Microsoft \ Windows \ CurrentVersion \ ImmersiveShell \ StateStore.
Once in the last subkey, go to the right column and find there DWORD-parameter named "ResetCacheCount". The numeric value of the parameter "ResetCacheCount" will most likely have a value of 1, and therefore the cache has been reset only once.
Your action in order to initialize the cache reset in the system will be the creation of a 32-bit DWORD parameter, with the name "ResetCache" given to it. The new parameter should get a numeric value of 1.
Once you have completed all of the above, you can reboot the Win 10 operating system.
After booting the system, you will notice that you managed to reset the cache of "live" tiles in Windows 10 and they again began to work fully.
It is also worth noting that using the Registry Editor, you can see that the numerical value of "ResetCacheCount" in your system has increased by one, and the numerical value of the "ResetCache" parameter on the contrary has decreased by one.