2019年11月29日

How to Reinstall Windows Store (Microsoft Store) in Windows 10

Windows Store also known as Microsoft store makes it easy to set up, manage, and uninstall apps with just just one click in Windows 10. First and foremost, the Windows store app manages all the updates without anyone's knowledge so that you do not have to manually update the applications one by one or have to handle the update notifications once you open your favorite app.


Obviously, the Windows store still doesn't have many popular apps. But which will change using the time, hopefully. That being said, there are some really good apps within the Store, both designed for UWP and ported desktop apps. Here are a few of the best Windows 10 store apps I found in my daily usage, give them a try.


Just like it is, Windows store can stop working under certain situations. Often times, the shop app won't open or respond. Whether or not the store opens you won't be able to install apps from this. There may be a variety of reasons like system crashes, corruption, misconfiguration, etc., with this misbehavior.


No matter what the reason is, to fix the problem, all you have to do is reinstall Windows store. This also helps whenever you uninstall Windows store app. Quite often, reinstalling Windows 10 store reduces the troubleshooting steps and helps you save a bunch of time too. Here's how to get it done.


There's two ways to reinstall Windows store, I will show both of them. The first is to use the Settings app. The technique is beginner friendly and can be done with just a couple clicks. The second method requires you to definitely execute a simple one-line PowerShell command. This process is useful if you cannot make use of the first method or for power users who don't mind using PowerShell commands.


Since each method work virtually exactly the same, follow the method you are comfortable with.


1. Reinstall Windows Store App from Settings App


Windows 10 offers an easy way to reset or reinstall Windows store from the Settings app. An important feature about this process is that you don't have to wreck havoc on the Command Prompt or PowerShell. Moreover, you are able to reinstall almost any Store app that way.


1. First, open Settings app by pressing the keyboard shortcut Win + I. Alternatively, you may also open the Settings app either by searching for it within the Start Menu or by click the "Settings" button in the Notification area.


2. In the Settings app, visit "Apps -> Apps and Features". On the right-hand side panel, find the Microsoft Store app and click on it. You will see additional options. Here, click on the "Advanced Options" link.


3. Within the advanced options window, scroll down and click on the "Reset" button.


4. The settings page will prompt for confirmation. Click the "Reset" button again.


5. Once you click the reset button, Windows will attempt to reinstall the store app. It will take a few momemts to accomplish the process. When the Windows store is successfully reinstalled, you will see a small checkmark next to the "Reset" button.


2. Reinstall Windows 10 Store app using PowerShell


If for some reason the above mentioned method didn't meet your needs or you just want to wreck havoc on the command line, it is possible to reinstall Windows store app using PowerShell. All you have to do is execute a single type of command.


1. To reinstall or reset the store app using PowerShell you need administrative privileges. So, look for "PowerShell" in the start menu, right-click on it and select the option "Run as Administrator"


2. In the PowerShell window, copy the below command, paste it and press Enter key to execute the command. To paste the command, right-click within theAdd-AppxPackage -DisableDevelopmentMode -Register "$($_.InstallLocation)\AppXManifest.xml"


3. As soon as you execute the command PowerShell will initiate the process and reinstalls Windows store app inside a short while.


That's it. You are done reinstalling the shop app on Windows 10.


In Case of Erros:


For most people the above command should work and the Microsoft store is going to be reinstalled. However, some might rececive error such as the one shown below.


Add-AppxPackage : Deployment failed with HRESULT: 0x80073CF6, Package could not be registered. error 0x80070057: While processing the request, the system didn't register the windows.applyDataExtension extension.


Package could not be registered. Merge Failure : error 0x80070003 : Cannot register the Microsoft.WindowsStore_2015.23.23.0_x64__8wekyb3d8bbwe package since there would be a merge failure.


error 0x80070057: Cannot register the request because the following error was encountered throughout the registration of the windows.applyDataExtension extension: The parameter is incorrect.


An interior error occurred with error 0x80070002.


In those situations, all you are able do is produce a new user account and migrate to it. Unless you've installed user-spefici applications, this ought to be much of the problem. Whenever you produce a new user account, Windows installs all the applications on your own for that new user account.


Command explanation:


Now, you may be wondering exactly what the above command really is and what it does. It is extremely simple actually. We are first getting the Microsoft Store package using the Get-AppxPackage applet. Then we are piping it to Add-AppxPackage which in turn reinstalls Windows store app in Windows 10 for those users. It's that easy.


Wrapping up - Reinstall Windows Store


Hope that can help. Comment below sharing your ideas and experiences about while using above techniques to reinstall Windows store app. Also, let me know if you face any difficulty with reinstalling the Microsoft Store app. I will try to help as much as possible.

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2019年11月28日

Microsoft Releases Major Windows Terminal Update with New Features

Microsoft has released a new form of Windows Terminal, and the changelog includes lots of additional features.


Now at version 0.7, Windows Terminal also includes pane support, which means that you are able to split the Terminal window into multiple panes. However, at this point just the default profile is supported, but Microsoft says that it's focusing on adding support for opening other profiles inside a pane inside a future update.


Then, this update also introduces tab reordering, but once again, this feature includes its very own limitations. Due to a bug, tab reordering doesn't work with administrator rights (when running Terminal as administrator), and also the app crashes whenever you attempt to make use of this feature. Microsoft says the UI of the tab also disappears occasionally when reordering, but fixes are already in route.


Cascade Code improvements


There's a new option that allows users to suppress the application title when utilizing Windows Terminal.


"You are now able to suppress all title change events which are sent in the application running within your Terminal. What this means is, you could have either the "name" or "tabTitle" of your profile come in your tab without it updating! This implementation mimics the initial "tabTitle" functionality released in v0.3. By setting "suppressApplicationTitle" to true, for those who have "tabTitle" set, "tabTitle" can look inside your tab. Otherwise, the profile's "name" can look inside your tab," Kayla Cinnamon, Program Manager, Windows Terminal, Console, & Command-Line, explains.


When it comes to UI improvements, probably the most noticeable change may be the removal of the thick border around the Terminal and it now uses the accent color that you configured in Windows 10. Automatically, if the setting is not enabled, the border is placed to white.


And of course, there are many other minor improvements, together with a number of Cascade Code, which is available these days in Greek, Cyrilic, and Vietnamese.

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2019年11月27日

How to Fix the most typical Google Chrome Download Errors

Even though Google Chrome is more often than not an extremely polished browser, you will find moments when some things do not work exactly as expected, plus some of those concern file downloads.


As many Google Chrome users discovered sooner or later or any other, file downloads sometime fail with errors that aren't necessarily straightforward, and this makes coping with the problem itself harder that it's supposed to be.


Today, we're going to discuss the most common Google Chrome download errors and detail their cause with a few suggestions how you can resolve them - like a side note, we won't discuss the Captain Obvious-kind of errors, like disk full; these ones can be simply addressed through the majority of users, so no assistance should technically be required.


First and foremost, it's the awkward error reading "No file" or "File missing." Of course, this error message doesn't make any sense because you actually clicked the download link, does it? However, this error can also be encountered if the file around the server has been moved when you were downloading it - this most often happens on FTP servers where administrators move files from one place to another during maintenance.


There's no workaround in this instance, other than reaching out to the administrator or, obviously, finding another source for the download.


Then, it's the error that suggests "System busy."


As per Google's assistance with browser errors, the machine busy message indicates that the browser just couldn't download the file due to various issues, including restricted access towards the location in which you make an effort to save the file - for example, if you're logged in with a standard account and want to save the file to some folder that needs administrator rights for writing permissions, you can find this error.


Google recommends users to retry the download and rather than clicking the download link, right-click it striking the option that reads "Save link as." Obviously, it's also wise to select a location where your account has full right.


The "Needs authorization" error is the type of problem that you really can't fix on your own. In this case, it means that the server administrator in which the file is stored restricted access to the file to a particular user categories and you're not a part of such groups. In other words, you need to contact the administrator and ask for access towards the file.


The "Forbidden" or "Failed Forbidden" error message has a similar meaning, however in this example, you can actually make a move by yourself.


"To fix, go to the website where the file is hosted. See if you need to register (or provide another authentication). If you can't sign in, contact the web site or server owner, or try locating the file on the different site," Google says.


Oftentimes, getting a different download link may be the simplest way to deal with these errors, and if little else works, switching browsers may also assist you in one particular case. Each platform comes with its own native browser - on Windows 10, for instance, your get Microsoft Edge, and if the download in the search engines Chrome fails, you can test with Microsoft's app too. When the download fails here too, there's an opportunity the problem may not be associated with your device.


And last but not last, ensure that you are running the latest form of Google Chrome. Each update resolves bugs in the browser, so the newer the version, small the chances that you should encounter bugs that prevent certain features from working correctly.

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