By Delia / Last update January 12, 2022

Microsoft has equipped a new app store. The new Windows 11 Store has a newly designed UI that is more beautiful and mroe efficient to use. However, the Windows 11 Store still has the same drawback as the Windows 10 Store, that is, it is not stable enough.

Many users have reported that the Windows 11 Store often fails to refresh the content or has incomplete images. How to solve this problem? Today, we will share some solutions.

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Reset Microsoft Store cache

No matter it is Windows 10 or Windos 11, cache is a big reason why the store content cannot be swiped out. Especially for Win11, the system is upgraded from Win10, and with the Store app update, if there is a problem with the cache cleaning, it may indeed cause a failure.

To reset the Windows 11 Store cache is very simple. Directly in the start menu or system search, search for "wsreset".

The result of running the "wsreset" command will appear, and you can reset the Windows 11 Store cache after running it.


Reset Microsoft Store apps

Windows 11 has updated the app store, but this update may not be compatible with the old data and may cause some stability problems. This can be solved by resetting the Windows 11 app store.

Open the Settings panel, go to the "Apps & features" page, and search directly for "Microsoft Store". Then, click the menu button behind the item to go to the advanced options.

In the Advanced Options page, scroll down and you will see the Reset feature. Here, you can choose to repair the app or reset the app, you can try the repair feature first. If the Window 11 Store is still not back to normal, use the reset feature to return the Windows 11 Store to its original state to fix the problem.

Repair the Microsoft Store via troubleshooting

In Windows 11, the system itself provides a troubleshooting feature called "Troubleshooting", which supports repairing the Windows 11 Store.

Open the Settings panel and find the "Troubleshoot" item in "System".

Then, go to "Other troubleshooters" and you will find the option "Windows Store Apps", run it and the system will try to find a fix for the problem.

Use PowerShell to re-register App Store

The Windows 11 Store itself is a system application and there is no way to uninstall it from the system, but there are ways to re-establish its relationship with the system to solve some usage problems. We can use PowerShell to do this.

Find PowerShell through the Start menu or System Search and run it with administrator privileges.

Next, enter the following command in PowerShell.

PowerShell -ExecutionPolicy Unrestricted -Command "& {$manifest = (Get-AppxPackage Microsoft.WindowsStore).InstallLocation + 'AppxManifest. xml' ; Add-AppxPackage -DisableDevelopmentMode -Register $manifest}

You just need to press the Enter key to run it.