Building a user-friendly and engaging website from scratch has always been a hectic task.

It requires a great deal of creativity to develop a website that is interactive and easy to use. If you are looking for an easy-to-use software for web development, look no further than Adobe Dreamweaver. It is the choice of a good number of web development experts nowadays. There can be various reasons that can be related this fact, but the most famous feature of this software is the huge variety of options that make developing and designing websites easier than ever before. Another good reason is the interface which makes the whole job a lot easier due to its sleek design that facilities switching between various project areas without any fuss.

On the flip side, Adobe Dreamweaver is reported to have been not been responding on multiple Windows 10 systems. Let’s look at the various solutions we’ve been able to dig out for the readers to fix this issue for good.


Scan System

The user might be trying to install Windows via an installation media that contains incomplete or corrupt installation files. To check the accuracy of the installation performed, we need to perform a System Scan.

  1. Search for cmd in the Search Windows area on the taskbar.
  2. Right-click Command Prompt from the Search Results and select Run as administrator.
  3. Type in sfc/ scannow in Command Prompt and press Enter to execute it.
  4. Reboot your computer once the scan concludes.
  5. Once the computer boots up, relaunch Adobe Dreamweaver to check if it performs well now.

Get Rid of Cache Files

Make sure that you have cleared all Adobe related cache data before you might want to install/ update to the latest version of Adobe Dreamweaver. This will remove any affected files from previous versions that might have hindered the proper installation/ updation process. Here is how to safely delete the cache files of Adobe Dreamweaver.

  1. Open File Explorer and select the View tab.
  2. Now click Options on the far end of the screen.
  3. Select the View tab in the Folder Options window that just opened.
  4. Select Show hidden files and folders, and drives.
  5. Click OK to apply this setting.
  6. Now make your way to the following directory: C:\Users\%username%\AppData\Roaming\Adobe\Dreamweaver C*\<language>\Configuration (* represents the version of Dreamweaver CS5/CS6)
  7. Inside the configuration folder, locate WinFileCache-********.dat and delete it.
  8. If you’ve been experiencing the JavaScript error regarding dwscripts also, delete FileCache.dat file as well.

Reboot your computer now and launch Adobe Dreamweaver. The program will now generate a fresh cache file that will allow Adobe Dreamweaver to function properly.