Back in 2015, Microsoft has released its Windows 10 operating system, that time many users have reported various issues. Still, the Store app continues to be a nightmare for some users, but over the past two and half years, Microsoft has tried their best for fixing the Store app issues.
During the Initial years of the Windows 10, some PC users had absolutely no any solutions to resolve the Store app issues. But now there are multiples of options available to tackle with the Store app issues as now we can reset the store app or reinstall the store app by using PowerShell.
We can also use the Windows 10 Spring Creator Update; it is one of the easiest ways to reinstall the store app. You can now be able to use the settings app to reinstall the store app in Windows 10.
We provide you a few simple steps, those who are facing issues with the Store app can easily reinstall the store app by just resetting it. The steps are discussed below:
Steps to Reinstall the Store App in Windows 10
Here we will instruct you about how to reinstall the Store app via settings in the Windows 10 computer. Before continuing the process, we advised you follow the steps in a sequence. The instructions are discussed below:
- Go to the Settings app.
- Then, click to open Apps option.
- Next, move to the Apps & Features option.
- Now, all the installed apps will appear on your screen.
- Drop-down the list till the Microsoft Store entry option appears on your screen.
- Next, click on the Microsoft Store entry to open the Advanced options
- Then, click on the Advanced link option.
- Scroll down the menu till you see the Rest option.
- Reset option says a message like “It this app is not working right, reset it.”
- Now, a confirmation notification box will appear on your screen and asked you for your permission for resetting the Store app, then click on Reset button.
Again, click on the Reset button to reinstall the app.
Ryan Johnsonis a Microsoft Office expert and has been working in the technical industry since 2002. As a technical expert, Steve has written technical blogs, manuals, white papers, and reviews for many websites such as office.com/setup.