How to Fix Windows 10 Taskeng Error?

Generally, Taskeng error usually stands for the Task Scheduler Engine, or it is also a part of the Microsoft Windows operating system. The Task Scheduler Engine allows the users to make a schedule of when to open the programs and scripts. However, the time might be predetermined or set as an interval. Thus, the Taskeng.exe monitors the standards which are selected by the users and also implements the script or program.

While the Taskeng is a genuine system process, users have started receiving random Taskeng.exe pop-up windows. But this error usually reported by Windows 10 users. Unluckily, some malicious programs might be observed as the Taskeng virus as they always use the same name as the lawful process to remain concealed for very long periods. In such situations, you immediately need to scan your computer system with any antivirus.

If you consider that your computer system is not affected by any Taskeng virus and the problem is caused due to the system configuration, follow the below-given steps and troubleshoot the error manually. Below we provide you with various ways to troubleshoot the pop-up windows.  The steps are discussed below.

Steps to Fix Windows 10 Taskeng Error

Before start trying to troubleshoot the error Taskeng.exe manually, we recommend you should have to run a full system scan as it will help you fix any virus damage after infection. Here how to do it:

Method-1: Try to Use System File Checker

  1. Initially, type “Command Prompt” in the menu search bar.
  2. Choose “Run as Administrator” option.
  3. Click on the “Yes” tab in the User Account Control (UAC) window.
  4. Then, type sfc/scannow command and after that press the Enter key.
  5. Lastly, wait until the scan process finished.
  6. Finally, restart your computer system.

Method-2: Use Disk Cleanup Tool

  1. Firstly, search for ‘Command Prompt’ option in the menu search bar.
  2. Then, choose ‘Run as Administrator’ option.
  3. After that, type ‘cleanmgr’ and press the Enter key.
  4. In the next tab, select the files and programs you want to delete.
  5. On the other hand, click on the “Clean up System Files” option.
  6. Finally, restart your computer system.

Method-3: Use Restore Points

  1. Press the Windows + R keys together to open the Run dialogue
  2. Then, type ‘rstrui.exe’ in the Run dialogue
  3. Next, click on the OK tab.
  4. Select the ‘Yes’ option located in the User Account Control (UAC) window.
  5. Now, continue with the on-screen instructions to finish the procedure.
  6. Lastly, choose your restore point to complete the procedure.

Hopefully, the steps above are helping you in fixing the Taskeng error. But to avoid troubles and errors, you need to follow the steps in the above given sequence.

Jessica Davis is a Microsoft Office expert and has been working in the technical industry since 2002. As a technical expert, She has written technical blogs, manuals, white papers, and reviews for many websites such as office.com/setup.

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