Delete the stuck Windows applications from your system

If you have a stuck Windows 10 application and can not delete it through your operating system menu then read the following guide.


Usually, stuck apps appear in the start menu like any other app, but you can easily tell them apart by right-clicking them to show a “loading bar” that indicates something is wrong. This sub-menu usually lacks the ap commandand when you click on these applications the of Windows Store.

If you try to delete them from the list of installed applications (All Settings> System> Applications and Features), you will notice that they do not appear there at all, which means that you can not remove them using the settings menu.

So if you are in such a difficult position as a problematic application, then follow the following guide:

1. Reset Store Cache
The first thing you need is to reboot into Store Cache. The apps are initially listed in the “downloads and updates” section of the Windows Store, and the of the store cache will remove them from there.
To do so, press the Win + R keys at the same time to open the popup window, then type the command cmd.exe and press the Enter key to open the command line.
Type the command wsreset.exe and press enter. THE it takes some time to complete, so please be patient. You'll be ready when you can enter text into the console again. Also the Windows Store will open automatically at the end.
Type the command shutdown / r / t 1 to restart the computer.


2. Reinstall and delete pasted apps
Now that the Store cache has been reset, it is time to delete the stuck applications. This is done in the following way:
Open the Windows Start menu to get a list of all applications, including stuck.
Click a stuck application. It will logically open the Windows Store, where you will now be able to install it.
You can also search by app name in the Windows Store. You will notice that the “install” feature now appears on the store page. Click to install it on your computer. Once installed, open the start menu again, right-click on the installed application, and select the “Uninstall” command.
Repeat the procedure for each attached application separately. The Best Technology Site in Greecefgns

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