What can you do when not running the Store in Windows 10
The Windows store, as the name implies is a place where you can buy, download, and install apps and games to Windows 10. It is also one of the most unstable components of the new version of the operating system. In particular, it can stop working without apparent reason. Also rarely Shop refuses to run after you install cumulative updates or after upgrading to Windows 10 from Windows 7 or 8.1. Here are a few solutions for those of you who have faced this problem.
1. Automated Troubleshooter from Microsoft
The first method involves the use of the official tools for Troubleshooting Windows Store, which you can download here. More specifically, the tool checks the correctness of the parameter value HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINESOFTWAREMicrosoftwindows NTCurrentVersionCurrentVersion in the system registry and launches the system utility wsreset.exe to reset Store to defaults.
The whole point of working with the tool is launched, click the Accept button and wait for finish process.
This is the most effective and simple way to bring Store Windows to life – in most cases it really helps.
2. Clears the local cache manually
Also try to restore the Store by manually cleaning the local cache. For this you first need to enable show hidden files and folders.
Once this is done, navigate to the following directory: C:UsersЗдесь Your Name ПользователяAppDataLocalPackages. Open Microsoft.WindowsStore, and inside locate the folder LocalCache. Now simply delete the contents of this folder.
3. Check the system date and time
The Windows store might not work just because the computer is incorrectly configured date and time. Look in the right corner of the taskbar, and if you find that the date and time does not correspond to the real, install them in accordance with the current date and time.
By the way, a wrong date can cause problems with certificates in browser and sometimes may be cause of problems with installing system updates.