Windows Store apps crash or crash in Windows 10

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Some Windows 10 users, mainly users who had recently received the Windows Creator Update, complain of problems with freezing or freezing of Windows Store apps. If you are facing the same problem, don't worry. There are simple solutions to fix this problem on your computer. Although the actual reason behind this problem has yet to be identified, these fixes should be enough to fix it. But before proceeding to the main solutions, try these solutions to see if they offer a simpler solution to the problem.

Alternative solutions

1. If this is the first time this problem occurs on your computer, a simple start again can solve the problem.

2. Windows releases bug fix updates to address this type of situation. Check for update Windows is pending on your computer.

If any of these solutions didn't help, look for these solutions on your computer:

Fix-1 Reset Windows Store from Command Prompt

Restarting Windows Store with System Symbol can fix this problem on your computer.

1. To reset the Windows Store cache, all you need to do is copy and paste this command into the search box (located next to the Windows icon).


2. Then click on "wsreset".

The store cache will now be reset to default settings.

Restart your computer to save the changes.

Check if the problem persists or not.

Fix-2 Update apps from Windows Store-

1. Open Windows Store on your device.

2. On the Windows Store, click on the three dots in the upper right corner, then click on “Downloads and updates".

3 inch Microsoft Store window, click "Receive updates".

The applications will be updated. Wait for the apps to update.

Check if apps keep crashing or crashing on your computer. Your problem should be solved.

Solution 3: Re-register all Microsoft Store apps

1. close shell power in the Windows 10 search box.

2. Right click on it e run as administrator.

4. Now copy and paste the command below and press the Enter key on your keyboard to execute it.

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

Wait a while for it to work completely. It will re-register all apps from the Microsoft Store.

Solution 4: Run the store troubleshooter

1. Press Tasto Windows + I Open settings

2. Click Update and security

3. Click Solve problems in the menu on the left.

4. On the right side, scroll down and click Windows Store to expand it.

5. Then click Run the troubleshooter.

Fix-5 Perform a clean boot

A clean boot of your computer ensures that Windows starts up with only the essential drivers needed to run the system. To run a clean boot file on your computer, follow these steps:

1. What you should do in the beginning is to write "System configuration".

2. Next, click on “System configuration“In the search result.

3. In the System Configuration window, first go to the "generalEyelash ".

4. In the general tab, you will see an option "Normal startup". Select it.

5. Now go to "ServicesTab "and then select the option"Hide all Microsoft services".

6. Then click on "Disable everything“To temporarily disable all these services.

7. Next, you need to click on "Allow them all“Options.

8. Finally, click on "To apply"And then click"ok“To save the changes on your computer.

Close Window System Configuration.

Restart your computer to save the changes.

After restarting, try opening an Application Store file on your computer. Check if it still crashes or crashes.

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