Can’t get apps from the Microsoft Store in Windows 10 v1803? [FIX]
On Microsoft’s forum, one user has an interesting question that seems to have bothered more people. Fortunately, there’s an independent advisor who comes up with the answer and solution to the issue.
Dungeon Hunter Champions won’t download from Microsoft Store
The user claimed that while trying to get Dungeon Hunter Champions from the Microsoft Store, there seems to be a problem: “When I click on “get it now” it starts loading for 0.5 sec, then the shop just refreshes, and I can click on “get it now” again and again.”
Here’s the solution
It seems that more users are reporting issues with the Windows Store in version 1803, according to the independent advisor who came up with the solution. To fix the problem, users are advised to open the Microsoft Store and click the User Icon. After that, they have to Sign Out and search for the app that they want to download and click on “Get.” Only after these steps, are users supposed to sign back into their accounts. Now, downloading the app should work just fine.
Dungeon Hunter Champions is the ultimate online Action-RPG
And speaking on Dungeon Hunter Champions, it’s a game worth trying out. You can join thousands of players and customize your team of Champions to embark in one of the most epic adventures ever. You will clash with enemies in real-time 5v5 battles and face massive raid bosses in the coolest campaigns. You’ll get the chance to challenge gigantic enemies such as the brutal Bull Demon King and the vicious Elder Drake.
Check it out on the Microsoft Store and if you’re having troubles getting the game, just follow the steps detailed above, and everything should work just fine.
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