How to Repair Apps and Programs on Windows 11 or 10?


Suppose any app is not working correctly on Windows 11 or 10. It’s fixed by repairing the app and program. When you repair an app and program, its settings configurations or other apps refreshes, and the app or program works correctly.

Windows backup app automatically restores the save setting when you have to change the app’s settings after repairing it. This repairing option is not available in every app or program. You may lose settings and changes you’ve made to the app.

This risewindows article will teach how to Repair apps and programs on windows 10/11.

How to Repair Apps and Programs on Windows 11?

To repair apps and programs in Windows 11, do the following steps:-

Step 1. Firstly, Open the Setting App by hitting the Windows + I keys on the keyboard.

Step 2. Then select the Apps category from the left sidebar.

Step 3. Next, click the Apps & features tab on the right sidebar.

Step 4. After that, scroll down the page and find the app you want to repair. Then, click the three-dot menu beside it.

Step 5. In the menu that appears, select Advanced options.

Step 6. Click the Repair button. You can also use the “Rese” function, which erases the app’s data.

Note: The app’s data do not erase when choosing the Repair option. But, if you select the Reset option, the app’s information is deleted.

How to Repair App and Programs on Windows 10?

To repair apps and programs on Windows 10, do the following steps:-

Step 1. Firstly, Open the Setting app by pressing Windows + I.

Step 2. Select the Apps category.

Step 3. Under Apps, click the Apps & features option.

Step 4. Then, scroll down on the right-side panel and click the app you want to repair.

Step 5. Then, click the Advanced options option.

Step 6. On the next page, you will find the Reset and Repair buttons.

Note: Some apps or programs only offer repair or reset options, such as in the Photos app in Windows 10. There is no repair option available. That means if my Photos app doesn’t work, I have to “Reset” it, and I can’t repair it.

Step 7. Click the Reset button when prompted.


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Also, read How to Mount an ISO File on Windows 11?

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