If you’ve uninstalled a Windows 10 app that you purchased or downloaded from the Microsoft Store and need to run it again, reinstalling the app is easy. You can also install the application on other computers where you are signed in with the same Microsoft account. Here’s how to do it.
Firstly, Microsoft Open your store. If you can’t find Windows Open the 10’s Start menu and type “Microsoft Store”, then click the “Microsoft Store” icon when it appears.
When the Microsoft Store app opens, click the ellipsis button (three dots) in the upper right corner of the window and select “My Library” from the menu.
In the “My Library” section, you’ll see a list of Windows 10 apps you own that you’ve purchased or downloaded from the Microsoft Store.
By default, you’ll see a list of all apps, including apps you’ve already installed. Click “Ready to install” in the sidebar menu to collapse it; you will see a list of applications not installed on your machine.
If you need help narrowing down the list further, you can use the drop-down menus above the list to sort the list by name, date of purchase, or genre (apps or games).
When you find the app you want to reinstall, click the “Install” button next to it.
Windows 10 will be downloaded from the Microsoft Store and installed automatically. After the installation is complete, you can start the application using the “Start” button in the list or run it from the Start menu.
If you need to reinstall more apps, click the button next to each on your “My Library” page in the Microsoft Store. Multiple downloads and installations will be performed automatically. Happy downloads!