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Topic: Broken apps issue (Read 405 times)
« on: March 17, 2016, 02:04:18 pm »
Hi all:

Just wanted to know whether any further work on the Powershell commands for this issue has been tried. Now that Windows 10 is being forced down everyone's throat, I am sure more people will have this issue.

I have done all I can with MS support, and tried reinstalling Windows 10 several times. Several of the Metro Apps are still not functioning and the Store is non-existent. This wouldn't vex me so much, but every update seems to break my file associations and reverts some files back to the broken Metro Apps (e.g. photos)

MS contends my Latitude is not "Windows 10 Certified," I am saying I had zero choice when the upgrade occured and again when Threshold 2 shattered my Metro Apps and App Store.
Hope all is well with everyone....

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Re: Topic: Broken apps issue (Read 405 times)
« Reply #1 on: March 24, 2016, 08:42:43 pm »
I havent had a chance to find new ways for me to code a fix. I am thinking of finding a way to write a small bit of code to find the apps that can be installed fresh and call them each one by one instead of through MSs command.

Far as I know the bug is still there.