Reset Windows Store Apps and Features
In much the same way mobile apps “just work,” Windows Store apps and features are intended to be installed and configured with a single click without a lot of futzing around with setup options and parameters. When things do go wrong with apps like Calculator, Mail, Groove or Photos, this simplicity by design can backfire. Faulty Windows Store apps and features often give vague, unactionable error messages. Or worse, they may not give any error messages at all—they’ll just fail to load or update properly.
Reset Windows Store Apps Using Advanced Options in Windows 10
Before we start, a quick disclaimer: Resetting your app will cause all the data associated with the app to be lost, unless it’s saved to the cloud or your hard drive.
Open Start > Settings > Apps > Apps & Features.
(If you are running Windows 10 1607 or earlier releases, look under System > Apps & Features.)
Select the app you’re experiencing problems with, then click Advanced options.
Click Reset and hopefully, this should fix whatever glitch you might be experiencing.
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