Close WhatsApp Using Task Manager

There might be a WhatsApp service running in the background that stops the app from functioning properly. To fix this, you should completely close the app.

Here is how you can do it:

  1. Press Ctrl + Shift + Esc to bring up Task Manager.
  2. From the Processes tab, select WhatsApp.
  3. Click the End task button.

Start the app up again and see if it is working.

Connect Your Phone and Computer to the Same Wi-Fi Network

There’s one thing that might’ve escaped your attention: which network you are connected to.

While you may feel this doesn’t make sense, you should connect your computer and phone to the same WhatsApp number Wi-Fi network if you plan on using the WhatsApp Desktop app.

This seems to fix the issue sometimes when there are connection problems. But if you can’t connect any device to your network, you might be dealing with a more serious problem.

Update WhatsApp Desktop

WhatsApp might be glitching because of an outdated version. Fortunately, you can update it through the Microsoft Store.

Launch Microsoft Store and head to Library. There, click the Get B to B Database updates button to install any pending updates for your apps.

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