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To fix this issue, you can reset the network settings: Step 1: Open the Settings app and go to General. If this solution doesn’t help, then check out our article on how to fix Bluetooth connectivity issues: i Messages Effects are one of the cool new features of i OS 10 that makes it more fun to communicate with your friends using the Messages app.

Step 2: Scroll to the end of the page and choose Reset. Many users have reported that they cannot send i Message effects or view the ones received from their friends after updating to i OS 10.

But we do have a bunch of tips and suggestions to help you fix poor battery life in i OS 10.

You can read them in the following article: After updating to i OS 10, some users have been facing issues with the stock Mail app, whereby it stops fetching new emails or says that your mailbox password is incorrect, even though you have entered the correct password.

A common culprit of this issue is that having ‘Reduce Motion’ enabled prevents i Message effects from working. To find out how, read this article: It can be frustrating when your favorite apps start crashing on your i Phone.

It seems that a small number of users who have updated to i OS 10 are facing this issue, where the installed apps crash right after launching. If this doesn’t help then check out our article on how to fix Wi-Fi problems for other possible solutions: After updating to i OS 10, you may face an issue with Touch ID where it cannot be used to make a purchase in the App Store.

When I recognized the reliability of the hangs I suspected that something was broken and I decided to investigate.

The first step in my analysis was to attempt to examine the hanging Explorer thread to see if it revealed clues as the cause of the hang. I opened the process properties dialog for and clicked on the Threads tab.

I recently started experiencing intermittent temporary Explorer hangs of up to a minute in length on the development system when I opened certain folders and scrolled through their contents.

Meanwhile, if you stumble upon an issue that hasn’t been mentioned here, then make sure to let us know in the comments below.

I have several computers in my home network where each one has a general designated purpose.

Then I repeated the step of opening a folder that exhibited the hang effect and noted that one of the threads that executed in response to the action had a start address in a DLL with a promising name: Browse UI.

I double-clicked on the thread to view its stack: A thread’s stack is a record of functions that have invoked other functions that you read from bottom to top.

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