Windows Store is the online store of Windows which has appeared since Windows 8, when it has been upgraded to Windows 10, this store has received many positive feedback with a lot of new improvements. But in fact, when Microsoft releases the official version, this store also has some errors, for example, it cannot connect to the application or being kicked out when accessing to the applications. If you are having such problems like that, and you tried to turn off then turn on again to fix this, let’s see the method that we provide in the article below!

How to fix the errors of Windows Store on Windows 10?

Reset Windows Store.

Step 1: Close Windows Store.
Step 2 : Press Windows + R to open Run.
Step 3 : Enter WSReset.exe then click OK. Now Windows Store will reset and you can try to open it again.

fix the errors of Windows Store
Reset Windows Store

Customize the Time – belt
You can fix the errors by log in to the Microsoft account and change the Time – belt to the time – belt of your country.

Delete cache

To solve the problems with Windows Store, there is also a method which many users used successfully, it is to delete Cache.

Let’s browse follow this: C >> Users >> AppData >> Local >> Packages >> Microsoft.WindowsStore_8wekyb3d8bbwe >> Local Cache >> perUserCache_00034001C1EA9260

Then you delete all in this folder. 

Use Command Prompt

Let’s use the Administrator right, open the window Command Prompt, enter the command Poweshell, then enter the command:

Get-AppXPackage -AllUsers | Foreach {Add-AppxPackage -DisableDevelopmentMode -Register “$($_.InstallLocation)AppXManifest.xml”}

These are several ways for Windows 10 users to fix errors of Windows Store. I hope that this article will help you to solve the problems that you may catch when you are using Windows Store.

If you have any questions, please let us know! We hope to see your feedback!

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