If when you visit the Microsoft Windows Store to download one or more games to your Windows 11/10 device, but some of the games Install buttons are greyed out, then you’re at the right place for a fix to this issue. In this post, we will present a case scenario and then offer a potential solution to fix the issue.
Microsoft Store Install button is greyed out
If the Install button is greyed out for some Apps or Games in Microsoft Store, you may try the following suggestions:
- Restart your PC and check.
- Clear browser cache or use a different browser and see.
- Change your Internet connection and see. This has been known to help!
- Check if your default Windows Firewall is disabled. It needs to be enabled.
- Disable your Antivirus and VPN software and see.
- Sign out and then sign in to the Store again.
- Reset the Windows Store Cache.
- Run the Windows Store Apps Troubleshooter.
- Reset Microsoft Store via Settings.
- Reinstall the Microsoft Store.
Incidentally, our freeware FixWin for Windows, lets you reset Windows Store Cache, run Troubleshooters, etc, in a click.
Our freeware 10AppsManager will also let you reinstall the Windows Store with a click.
How do I fix the install button that is not working on Microsoft Store?
The first thing you need to do is to check the internet connection. If it working fine, you need to check if the Firewall is not blocking any download from the Microsoft Store. Apart from that, you can reset the Microsoft Store cache and run the Windows Store Apps Troubleshooter. At times, signing out and re-signing into your account could also help.
Why can’t I install apps from Microsoft Store?
There could be several reasons why you are unable to download apps from the Microsoft Store on Windows 11/10 PC. For example, if you do not have a valid internet connection or your system is not complying with the requirements, you could encounter such problems. At such times, you need to go through the aforementioned solutions to get rid of this issue.
We hope that something here has helped you resolve the issue.