Windows 10 is apparently going through some post-launch issues with some of its apps. There have been a number of reports from users that they have been unable to access the Windows Store and some of their apps, including the Mail client, for over a day.
Windows Central forum members have been reporting Windows Store and app issues in Windows 10 since Friday. While some members have offered workarounds to fix these problems, they appear to not have worked for everyone. In addition,ZDNet's Mary Jo Foley reports that others online have reported on the same access issues, and she was unable to get to the Windows Store on her Windows 10 laptop on Sunday.
Some users are speculating that the first post-launch patch release for Windows 10 that was released last week is the source of these access problems, but so far there's no hard evidence to back that up. We have contacted Microsoft for comment and will post an update when we hear back from them. In the meantime, if you have and problems with accessing the Windows Store and your apps on Windows 10 in the past few days, let us know in the comments.
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