How to reinstall pre-installed Microsoft Store apps on Windows 11/10

After upgrading to Windows 11/10, if you find that most of your preinstalled Windows Store apps won’t open or work properly, consider reinstalling them all. We’ve seen how to completely uninstall pre-installed Windows Store apps. Today we will see how reinstall all apps pre-installed by default in Windows 11/10.

Reinstall preinstalled Microsoft Store apps

First, download from Microsoft. When you’re done, extract the content to yours office.

Next, open an elevated Windows Powershell command prompt, type the following command and press Enter:

CD C:\Users\username\Desktop

Don’t forget to replace username with your own username.

Now type this command and press Enter:

Set-ExecutionPolicy Unrestricted

This allows running unsigned PowerShell scripts temporarily.

Now type the following command and press Enter:


This will run the script and reinstall all of your default preinstalled store apps.

If you try to install an application that is already installed, it will be skipped without error.

Now check if the app has been reinstalled and is ready to launch.

When you are finished with the job, re-enable the application for signed PowerShell scripts by typing the following command:

Set-ExecutionPolicy AllSigned

Source: MSDN.

POINT: This post will show you how to re-register or install Microsoft Store and Windows Store apps using this PowerShell command or Windows settings.

Also ours 10Apps Manager you can easily uninstall and reinstall Windows Store apps in Windows 11/10.

How do I reinstall preinstalled apps?

How to restore preinstalled apps on Windows 11/10?

To restore pre-installed apps on Windows 11 and Windows 10, you have several options. For example, you can use Windows PowerShell or our own app called 10AppsManager. Both do the same job and you get the same result.

We will then see what you can do when you find that the Microsoft Store is missing from Windows.

Reinstall pre-installed apps in Windows 10

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