How To Reinstall Windows 10

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If you're having issues with Microsoft Store app, we just released a new video that will walk you through some things to try including how to reinstall the Microsoft Store app. Follow along with the video:. Terminate or Reset the app . Press Windows logo key + i .

Select Microsoft Store, then select Advanced options . Select Terminate . If that doesn't work, select . Reset Use the troubleshooter . Search for Troubleshoot settings and select Open . Select Windows Store apps . Select Run the troubleshooter .

  • Reinstall the app . Press Windows logo key + x .
  • Select Windows PowerShell (Admin) .
  • Copy and paste the command: Get-AppXPackage *WindowsStore* -AllUsers | Foreach {Add-AppxPackage -DisableDevelopmentMode -Register "$($_.InstallLocation)\AppXManifest.xml"} .
  • Restart your computer . Here are some additional resources for you.

We’re all thankful that it’s no longer the days where itseemed like you had to re-install Windows every six months. There are stilltimes, though, where we must go to the last resort. Sometimes, you just have toscrap it all and start all over again. There are several things you can do to fix minor and major Windows problems.

The Check Disk (CHKDSK) utility is great for fixing issues with the file system due to bad sectors on hard drives. We can show you how to fix file system errors in Windows with CHKDSK.

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The System File Checker (SFC) and Deployment Image Servicing and Management (DISM) command line tools can find and fix a host of Windows issues. SFC is great for finding and repairing system files in Windows, whereas DISM can do a more thorough check and repair Windows using resources from Microsoft’s Windows Update service.

We have a whole article on how to use SFC and DISM. Try these things first. If that doesn’t do it, and you’re certain that the issueisn’t a hardware issue, then it might be time to start again.

WARNING: we’retalking about wiping away all your files and programs and starting again. Makesure to back up your files to an external drive or to a cloud storage service. There are three ways you can do a clean reinstall ofWindows. We’ll be focusing on Windows 10. If you’re using Windows 8.1 orearlier, the first two are for you. Perform a Reset from Windows Settings.

Reinstall by rebooting with installation medialike a DVD or bootable USB drive. Reinstall from inside of Windows withinstallation media. This should be your first option when trying to completelywipe your computer and re-install Windows 10. It’s simple, doesn’t require aDVD or USB drive, and doesn’t even require you to enter your Windows licensekey. In the Type here to search bar, start typing Settings. When the Settings utility is shown, click on that to start it. In the Settings window, scroll down and click on Update & Security. In the Update & Settings window, on the left-side, click on Recovery.

Three Ways to Do a Clean Reinstall of Windows

Once it’s in the Recovery window, click on the Get Started button. To wipe everything from your computer, click on the Remove everything option. It may take a few minutes to get things ready. Then, it will tell you that the current setting is to Just remove your files. This is quicker but less secure. We’re going for a complete wipe, so this isn’t enough. Click on Change settings. In this window, click on the Off button to get to the data erasure option. After a few seconds, you’ll see the Ready to reset this PC window.

If you’re certain you want to do this, click on Reset.