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Next, under Get up and running, select Windows Update > Run the troubleshooter. When the troubleshooter is finished running, it's a good idea to restart your device. Next, check for new updates. Select Start > Settings > Update & Security > Windows Update > Check for updates, and then install any available updates.

To run a troubleshooter: Select Start > Settings > Update & Security > Troubleshoot, or select the Find troubleshooters shortcut at the end of this topic. Select the type of troubleshooting you want to do, then select Run the troubleshooter. Allow the troubleshooter to run and then answer any questions on the screen.

To use the troubleshooter, select Start > Settings > Update & Security > Activation , and then select Troubleshoot . Open Troubleshoot settings. You must be signed in as an administrator to use this option. If you're not already an administrator, for more info, see Create a local user or administrator account in Windows 10.

This troubleshooter automatically runs twice. It runs for the first time on all devices on Windows version 19041.21. It then runs again after devices are upgraded to Windows version 19041.84. This troubleshooter cannot be run manually. Check recommended troubleshooting history to see if this troubleshooter has been run on your device by going ...

Run the troubleshooter: Select the Start button, and then select Settings > Update & Security > Troubleshoot, and then from the list select Windows Store apps > Run the troubleshooter. Here's more help If you can't find Microsoft Store, see Trouble finding Microsoft Store in Windows 10.