Microsoft Store keeps updating the same apps in Windows 10

Microsoft Store keeps updating the same apps

The integrated Microsoft Store is a market for downloading apps. The Microsoft Store app in Windows 10 helps you to download or update your applications. But at this time, it may not work properly due to a damaged Windows Store. You may not be able to update your apps or continue to offer updates for the apps you just updated.

Microsoft Store continues to update the same applications

If Microsoft Store continues to offer updates and updates to the same applications every day, here are the options you can consider taking to fix the problem in Windows 10:

  1. Check the registry settings
  2. Run Windows Store Apps Troubleshooting
  3. Manually clear the Windows Store cache
  4. Reset Microsoft Store through the settings.

Before you begin, first create a system restore point.

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1) Check registry settings

Windows Store continues to update the same apps

Run regedit to open the Registry Editor and go to the following key:

HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE SOFTWARE Microsoft Windows NT CurrentVersion CurrentVersion

Make sure the DWORD value data from Current version is 6.3. Otherwise, change it to this number.

2) Run Windows Store Apps Troubleshooting

Run the Microsoft Windows Store Apps Troubleshooter for Windows 10 and see if that helps.

2) Reset the Windows Store cache

You may need to manually reset the Windows Store as well as the cache folder in the applications directory.

To clear the Windows Store cache, open the Sytem32 folder and search WSReset.exe.

Reset the Windows Store

Right click on it and select Run as an administrator.

Then open the file explorer, copy and paste the following path into the address bar of the explorer and hit Enter:

C:UsersAppDataLocalPackagesMicrosoft.WindowsStore_8wekyb3d8bbweLocalState

in the LocalState folder, check if the hidden the file is present or not. If it is, rename it tocache.old"After that, create a new empty folder and name it 'hidden"

Windows Store Cache may be damaged 3

Restart your system and see if it helped you solve your problem.

4) Reset Microsoft Store via settings

Windows 10 now allows you to easily reset Windows Store apps through settings if it does not work properly. Previously, if the applications were not working properly, the solution was to reregister them with the help of PowerShell, but with this new feature, you can easily reset applications.

Open Settings> System> Applications and Features in the left panel. Locate the Microsoft Store. Here you will also see advanced options. Click on it and the next window will open.

reset microsoft store

Click on reset button to reset the store.

POINT: 10AppsManager is our free software that will allow you to easily uninstall and reinstall Windows Store applications preinstalled by default, integrated and pre-installed in Windows 10.

Let us know if anything here has helped you.

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