Sometimes when you start your computer, Windows 10 displays an error message with the following description: The Windows push notification user service has stopped working or The Windows Push Notifications user service is terminated unexpectedly. If you face this problem, this article will help you.
The Windows Push Notification User Service hosts the Windows Notification Platform, which supports local and push notifications. The supported notifications are mosaic, toast and raw.
The Windows push notification user service has stopped working
If the Windows Push Notifications user service has stopped working on your Windows 10-based computer, follow these steps:
- Check the status of WpnUserService services
- Run SFC
- Run DISM
- Reset the corrupted notifications database
- Disable the WpnUserService service through the Registry Editor.
1) Check the status of WpnUserService services
The startup type of the Windows push notification user service must be set to Automatic.
Press Win + R to launch the 'Run' dialog box. When the box opens, type "services.msc"In the empty box and click on D & #39; agreement.
Then, when theServices"The section opens, look for the named entry"Windows push notification user service"
Right-click on it and change the settingStart"Type in"Automatic"
2) Run SFC
Running SFC allows you to search for and restore corrupted Windows system files. So, start the System File Checker and see.
3) Run DISM
The Deployment Image Management and Maintenance Tool or DISM is a tool that scans your Windows computer for inconsistencies and system corruption. So, start DISM and see if your problem is solved.
4) Reset the corrupted notifications database
Sometimes the Notifications database (wpndatabase.db) may be corrupted after an update of Windows 10. This may cause this error to flash on your screen. So to solve this problem, you can try to recreate a new database by renaming or deleting the Notifications folder. For that,
Open the file explorer and navigate to
C: Users VOTRENOM AppData Local Microsoft Windows
Make Windows show hidden files and folders, then locate theThe notifications'Folder in the Windows folder.
Click on it with the right mouse button and choose "Rename & #39; in the context menu that appears.
Rename the folder to something like "Old Notifications" and, at the prompt, confirm the changes.
Finally, restart your computer and check if the problem is resolved.
4) Disable the WpnUserService service through the Registry Editor
Try this method as a last resort when all other methods have not worked. Be aware that by doing this, your system will not be able to send notifications.
Press Win + R, type regedit.exe in the Run dialog box, and then click the OK button to open the registry editor.
Go to the following path address –
There, select the WpnUserService subfolder and go to the right pane. There, double-click on the beginning REG_DWORD and change its value data to 0.
Return to the Services tree and repeat the same procedure to make changes to WpnUserService_1cebdf5 (It can be any random number).
Finally, close the registry editor and exit.
We hope something here helps you.