my windows 8 store cant open when i try to open it.. pls give me solution

Igz Whiteney
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That’s not a lot of information to work with, but some suggestions that have been offered on Microsoft’s forums might work for you:

1. Sync the app license.

2. Reset Windows Store.

3. Download and run UI troubleshooter app.

3. Try a clean boot.

4. Boot to normal startup and run System File Checker.

Here is a link to a Microsoft Community question and reply that will give you instruction for each of the above steps, if you need them. Good luck.

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Here's a link to the Windows 8 support site, hopefully you can get some additional information there:

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