If you’re having problems with apps that you’ve installed from the Windows Store, there isn’t a straightforward fix. It may take running through a variety of options before you get the problem solved. But rest assured, solving problems is much simpler on Windows 10 than with previous versions of Windows, and you mightn’t have to do anything at all apart from run the Windows Store Apps troubleshooter for it to find and solve the issue for you.
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The following tutorial demonstrates how to run and use the Windows Store Apps troubleshooter when you’re using a version of the Windows 10 operating system.
Method One: How to Run Windows Store Apps Troubleshooter in Control Panel
Open the Control Panel (icons view).
From the list of All Control Panel Items, click on the Troubleshooting icon.
Click on the View all link from Troubleshooting’s left menu.
Click on the Windows Store Apps troubleshooter link.
Checkmark the Apply repairs automatically box and then click on the Next button.
Wait for the Windows Store Apps troubleshooter to try to detect any problems the apps from the Windows Store may be having.
If problems are detected, following them through will be simple enough: just look at what the troubleshooter is asking you to do to get the issues solved.
Method Two: How to Run and Use Windows Store Apps Troubleshooter in Settings
Open the Settings app (Win+I).
Click on the Update & Security icon from the main Windows Settings menu.