How To Fix Windows Store Cache May Be Damaged problem In Windows 10

The Windows Store app has been redesigned in Windows 10 and is easy-to-navigate compared to the previous version of the Store app, But some times users face problem to open store, morden apps not working, store open and close automatically, store freezes and crashs itself.

To Fix This issues Microsft has a Inbuild Store App Troubleshooting Tool Which find and Fix All windows Store Related Errors. But some Users Reported While Use the Store App Trouble Shooting tool They Got a Message ” Windows Store Cache May Be Damaged ”

If you’re also reported by this identified and unresolved issue via the Apps troubleshooter Don’t Worry here we have some tips to Fix this problem.

Reset Windows Store

Rename the Cache Folder In App Directory
Press Win + R and type below mentioned location in the Run and click OK.
C:UsersUSERNAMEAppDataLocalPackagesMicrosoft.WindowsStore_8wekyb3d8bbweLocalState

In LocalState folder, if you find Cache folder, rename it Cache.old. Now create new folder and name it Cache. If Cache folder doesn’t exists by default, simply create the empty new folder and name it Cache. Now restart the windows and check problem get solved.

Re-register Windows 10 Store App

To do this open command prompt as administrator and type bellow command .

Get-AppXPackage | Foreach {Add-AppxPackage -DisableDevelopmentMode -Register “$($_.InstallLocation)AppXManifest.xml”}
hit enter key this will Re-register the windows store after execute the command Restart the windows and check hope this will fix your issue.

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