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Is there anyone who knows how to fix the Microsoft store not working on Windows 11. I am facing some issues while doing this. Help me.
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Microsoft has come up with a store redesign on Windows 11 and this looks great. However, it doesn't matter if you are not able to access your Microsoft Store at all, which happens to a lot of users who have updated to Windows 11.
There are various reasons that may stop you from using Microsoft Store after upgrading to Windows 11. Maybe the new stop version isn't installed on your system. Microsoft Store update glitch can also cause this problem. You may also face this issue because of underlying system file corruption.
Below, we have mentioned some solutions that can help you fix Microsoft Store not working on Windows 11 problem.
In case you are excited about Microsoft's store redesign, then you may get disappointed when you click on the Microsoft Store icon and there is no response. This happens because the new update of the Microsoft Store isn't installed on your PC.
The Microsoft Store update does not get handled by the Windows update. You can only update it by using the updating function of Microsoft Store. So, whether you are able to access the old version of Microsoft Store or not, this solution will help you fix the Microsoft Store not working problem.
In case you are not able to use the old version of Microsoft Store, then you must force it to update to the new version of the store.
Below are the steps that you need to follow to update to a new Microsoft Store through the MS Store interface.
Step 1: Press the Windows key and R key simultaneously to launch the Run dialog box. After that, enter "ms-windows-store://home" in the run box and then press the Enter key to launch the home screen of Microsoft Store. In case you are asked by the User Account Control, then select Yes to give administrative privileges.
Step 2: Once you go to the home screen of your Microsoft Store, select the Action icon and then choose Downloads and Updates by going to the context menu that appeared just now.
Step 3: When you get to the tab of Downloads and Updates, select the button of Get Updates and then patiently wait till every update is installed.
Step 4: Wait for the download to get completed and ensure that all your recently downloaded updates are installed before restarting your computer.
Step 5: Once the installation is over and your PC restarts, then open the Microsoft store one more time and check if you are able to open it without any problem.
Below are the steps that you need to follow to update your Microsoft Store manually.
Step 1: Launch your default browser and then download the MSIX bundle from it. It has the new Microsoft Store version, which you can sideload through a trusted installed functionality.
Step 2: Once your download is over, double-click on it and then select Yes on the User account control prompt.
Step 3: Now, go to the confirmation prompt and then select install. After that, wait for the operation to get completed.
Step 4: When you find that the installation or reinstallation is complete, then restart your computer and check whether the issue is resolved after the completion of a startup.
Below are the steps that you need to follow to reset Microsoft Store through the apps menu.
Step 1: Press the Windows key and I key simultaneously to launch the Settings menu on Windows 11.
Step 2: After that, go to the vertical menu to select apps.
Step 3: Now, go to the right-hand side section and select the menu of Apps and Features.
Step 4: Once you enter the screen of Apps and Features. After that, select the search function under the list of Apps to search for the Microsoft Store.
Step 5: Select the Action button associated with the Microsft Store from the list of results. After that, choose the Advanced Options from the context menu appearing on your screen.
Step 6: once you get to the section of Advanced Options on Microsoft Store, go down to the Reset category by selecting the Reset button.
Step 7: After you complete the repair or reset process, restart your PC and check if the store component is fixed.