Microsoft resolved glitches in Windows 10 Store by releasing a fix

Microsoft resolved glitches in Windows 10 Store by releasing a fix

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Microsoft Corporation (NASDAQ:MSFT) has fixed a glitch with the Windows 10 Store, which prevented several users to update existing Windows Store applications or install new ones. The company seems to have solved the problem a week after users started reporting issues with the latest operating system’s Store.

Earlier this week, MSFT’s official reported that they are expecting a fix for the Store problem to come through Windows Update within 48 hours. Some users didn’t saw any new Windows Updates in their history apart from the usual updates related to Windows Defender definition, though the glitches were ultimately fixed by the company.

One week ago, users started complaining that they were not able to access the Windows 10 Store and several apps previously installed on their devices, including the built-in Calendar and Windows 10 Mail. They could see app updates, though they were unable to download them.

Few of the users got intermittent messages showing the Store server had tripped. The company seemingly rolled out a new version of the Windows 10 Store one week ago that was designed to resolve download glitches, among other issues. But as of Thursday, that fix appeared to have done nothing to eliminate the problems.

Some users said that they found a number of workarounds to fix the Store and Windows Store app problems such as resetting their Windows 10 devices and through disabling several recent Windows 10 updates.

Few Windows 10 users are still having the issues with the Store and Store apps. Those users who still are facing the above mentioned problems should try restarting their computer or open the store and wait for the queue to automatically begin clearing that might take few minutes. Apps such as Calendar and Mail should start functioning once the queue begins clearing.

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