Install Windows Store App itself - Super User most recent 30 from 2019-06-16T13:32:02Z 5 Install Windows Store App itself h0ch5tr4355 2015-10-08T16:18:22Z 2018-08-14T03:56:39Z <p>I used to deinstall, when I set up a new Windows 8 installation, every App via Powershell by this command:</p> <pre><code>Get-AppxPackage | Remove-AppxPackage </code></pre> <p>It removed any Apps except some very basic ones e.g. the <em>Store App</em> itself.</p> <p>In Windows 10, however, this command seems to remove also the Store App. My question is how I can get it back. In the <a href="" rel="noreferrer">browser store page</a> there is no reaction when I click on an App to install. And the store itself can't be found.</p> <p>I know that there is the command <code>Get-AppxPackage &lt;packagename&gt;</code> but I don't know it for the store itself.</p> <p>Can anybody help me with this?</p> 3 Answer by uSlackr for Install Windows Store App itself uSlackr 2015-10-08T18:13:57Z 2015-10-08T18:54:30Z <p>Run Powershell as an Administrator</p> <p>Within Powershell run <code>Get-Appxpackage –Allusers</code> Find the entry for Microsoft.WindowsStore and copy the PackageFullName.</p> <p>Run <code>Add-AppxPackage -register "C:\Program Files\WindowsApps\Microsoft.WindowsStore_2015.8.25.0_x64__8wekyb3d8bbwe\AppxManifest.xml" -DisableDevelopmentMode</code> but replace the item in quotes with the PackageFullName you copied in the previous step.</p> <p>More <a href="" rel="nofollow noreferrer">here</a>. </p>