In some cases, the users cannot click anything on Window 10 and 11. This issue occurs when drivers are damaged or missing. In this blog, you will read the method to fix Can’t Click Anything on Window 10/11. For help, the user can go to office.com/myaccount.
Method to Fix If you Can’t Click Anything on Window 10/11:
1. Restart Explorer.exe process:
First, you should tap on Ctrl + Shift + Esc key to open the Task Manager. Or, you can hit on Ctrl+ Alt+ Delete altogether and then visit to the Task Manager by using Tab key and then hit on Enter key. Now in the Task Manager, you should hit on Tab key till one process is selected. At this point, you should use the Down Arrow key in your keyboard just to select Windows Explorer. If the right-click is not working, then you should use Shift + F10 key to open context menu. Here, you should use the Down Arrow key and then choose End Task and press Enter. When the explorer.exe procedure is killed, then you will view a black screen for short period. The user should tap on Windows Key + R together and then write explorer.exe and press Enter key. This procedure will relaunch your Windows Explorer. At the end, you should use mouse to click anything and check if the issue is solved or not.
2. Check your Keyboard for Issues:
If your keyboard keys are faulty, then it will stop the mouse from performing actions like right-click and left-click. The user should check if the keyboard keys are broken or if it is pressed without your knowledge. Just check if the keys are working fine. You should unplug the keyboard and then restart your system to check if the mouse and keyboard keys work.
3. Check for Pending Windows Updates:
To check the Window Updates, you should tap on Windows key in your keyboard and then write update. The user should use the Arrow key and scroll down to Check for updates and press Enter key. Now in the Windows Update section, you should use the Tab key. Here, you should choose Download updates and press Enter key. At last, Windows will download the pending Windows 10 updates.
4. Check Mouse and Third-party Software:
You should unplug your mouse and then connect a secondary mouse to your PC. Now, you should right-tap on desktop and then verify if the secondary mouse is working.
Check Third-party Software:
If the user has recently installed third-party software in order to customize a mouse or keyboard. In this situation, from the Task Manager you should close the apps or other customization software. At the end, you should disconnect and reconnect the mouse and then check if the issue is fixed.
With this procedure, the user can easily fix the issue of Can’t Click on Window 10 & 11. If the user needs help, then go to office.com/myaccount.