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The Server stumbled, We all have bad days – Windows 10 Store error message

If you receive The Server stumbled, We all have bad days error message, when you open Windows Store or when you go on to download some Windows Store app using Windows 10, then this post may be able to help you.

The Server stumbled, We all have bad days

Here are a troubleshooting steps you may want to try.

1] If could be a temporary issue with Windows Store itself. Refresh the page after a while and see if it works.

2] Make sure you have the latest Windows Updates installed on your Windows 10 system.

3] Disable your antivirus and see if it works

4] Run the built-in Windows troubleshooters like Network Adapter Troubleshooter and Internet Connection Troubleshooter and see if it helps.

5] Check the System Date and Time Zone on your computer. Make sure it is correct.

6] Reset Windows Store Cache

7] Re-register the Windows Store app

8] Troubleshoot: Windows Store not opening.

9] If you are using a proxy connection, then disable proxy and see if it works. To disable proxy, open Internet Explorer > Tools > Internet Options > Connections tab > LAN settings > Uncheck Use Proxy server > Apply. If this does not work you may want to reset your Proxy using the reset proxy command to reset the WinHTTP proxy to Direct. Type the following in an elevated command prompt window and hit Enter.

netsh winhttp reset proxy

If you know the error code also, then this may be of great use to you:

  1. 80072EFF : This indicates that TLS is disabled, and should be re-enabled. So you need to enable TLS. T do this, open Settings > Network and Internet. Select Wi-Fi and click on Internet Options. Click on the Advanced tab and go to the Security section. Ensure there is a check mark next to Use TLS 1.2
    Select Apply/OK.
  2. 80072EFD : This indicates a connection with the server could not be established. Look at general internet connection settings, Enable ILS, check your proxy settings and make sure that you do not have an invalid proxy. Remove your Internet connection and ass it back and see if it helps. See this workaround if you see Error Code 80072EFD.
  3. 801901F7 : This error code indicates the Windows Update service is not running. Use these steps to re-enable it. Re-enable it via Services.msc. Set the service on Automatic.

Let us know if anything helped you.

See this post if you receive a Try again later Something happened on our end Windows 10 Store error message.

Related read: Reset Internet Explorer proxy settings using Fix It.

Also see Windows Store apps are not opening and Check your connection Windows Store error.