Fix Bing Desktop Crashes and News App Problems

If you’re experiencing issues with Bing Desktop and News app, this article offers some helpful solutions to fix the problems.

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Troubleshooting Bing Desktop Crashes

If your Bing Desktop app crashes or stops working, there are a few things you can do to troubleshoot the issue.
First, try updating the app to the latest version. If that doesn’t work, check if there are any software updates available for your computer configuration.
If the problem persists, try resetting the app. To do this, go to the Start menu, type “Bing Desktop” and select “App settings” from the menu. Then click “Reset” under “Advanced options.”
If none of these solutions work, you may need to contact the Bing Desktop developer team for further assistance. It’s also worth noting that some app crashes may be caused by issues with other apps on your PC, so it’s important to check for any conflicts.

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Fixing Daily Wallpaper Crashes on Bing

If you’re experiencing Daily Wallpaper crashes on Bing, there are a few steps you can take to resolve the issue. Firstly, try a simple restart of your computer. If that doesn’t work, try disabling the wallpaper change feature in Bing Desktop 1.2. This can be done by going to the settings menu and unchecking the “change wallpaper” option.

If the crashes persist, it may be due to a problem with your computer configuration. Check for any updates or new software that may be causing conflicts. Additionally, make sure your PC meets the minimum requirements for Bing Desktop and that all necessary updates are installed.

If you’re still having issues, try contacting the developer team or searching online for a working solution. In some cases, the problem may be related to Bing News or other apps crashing. Troubleshoot these issues separately and make sure all updates are installed.

Remember, crashes can happen for a variety of reasons and it’s the responsibility of the app developer to address them. Stay up to date with the latest news and updates from Bing and Microsoft to ensure you’re running the most stable version of the program.

Updating and Restarting to Address Bing Desktop Crashes

If you’re experiencing Bing Desktop crashes, updating and restarting your device may help. First, make sure you have the latest version of Bing Desktop installed. Then, update your device’s operating system and restart it. This may fix any errors or glitches that are causing the crashes. If you’re still having problems, try troubleshooting the Bing Desktop app or contacting Microsoft support. Keep in mind that there could be other reasons why Bing Desktop is crashing, such as conflicts with other programs or compatibility issues. In any case, it’s important to take responsibility for your device’s maintenance and keep it updated to ensure it runs smoothly.


import subprocess

def restart_bing_desktop():
# restarts Bing Desktop
try:
subprocess.call(['taskkill', '/F', '/IM', 'bingdesktop.exe'])
subprocess.call(['C:Program FilesMicrosoftBingDesktopBingDesktop.exe'])
except:
print('Unable to restart Bing Desktop')

if __name__ == '__main__':
restart_bing_desktop()

This code uses the subprocess module in Python to kill the Bing Desktop process and then restart it. This could help address crashes caused by the software getting stuck in an infinite loop or encountering other issues that can be resolved by restarting the process.

Of course, this is just one small example of what could be done for a Bing Desktop crash tool, and there are likely many other approaches that could be taken depending on the specific issues being encountered.

Running Diagnostic Tools to Resolve Bing Desktop Crashes

  • Check for Windows Updates
    • Open the Start menu and search for Windows Update
    • Click on Check for Updates
    • Install any available updates and restart your computer
      Click on Check for Updates
Install any available updates and restart your computer
  • Run the Troubleshooter
    • Open the Start menu and search for Troubleshoot
    • Select Additional Troubleshooters
      Open the Start menu and search for Troubleshoot
Select Additional Troubleshooters
    • Select Windows Store Apps
    • Follow the on-screen instructions
  • Reset the Bing Desktop App
    • Open the Start menu and search for Bing Desktop
    • Right-click on the app and select App Settings
      Open the Start menu and search for Bing Desktop
Right-click on the app and select App Settings
    • Click on Advanced Options
    • Scroll down and click on Reset
    • Restart your computer
  • Uninstall and Reinstall the Bing Desktop App
    • Open the Start menu and search for Bing Desktop
    • Right-click on the app and select Uninstall
      Open the Start menu and search for Bing Desktop
Right-click on the app and select Uninstall
    • Go to the Microsoft Store and search for Bing Desktop
    • Click on Install
    • Restart your computer
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