Reinstall all Windows 10 apps by running a PowerShell command. After installing Windows 10, you may want to remove default Apps Microsoft ships with the Operating System like Alarms & Clock, 3D builder, Camera, Calendar & Mail, Groove Music, OneNote and others. You can achieve that by running commands for each app in PowerShell or by using third-party apps like IObit Uninstaller.

READ: Batch Uninstall Default Apps in Windows 10 with IObit Uninstaller 5

What if you want to reinstall All apps, especially if you’ve uninstalled Windows 10 Store without giving a thought, read below.

Reinstalling Default Windows 10 Apps at once

1. Open the Run dialog box and enter ‘PowerShell’ command without quotes and press enter

2. Right click on the PowerShell icon on the taskbar and from the jump list, select ‘Run as administrator’

3. Run the following command

Get-AppxPackage -AllUsers| Foreach {Add-AppxPackage -DisableDevelopmentMode -Register “$($_.InstallLocation)\AppXManifest.xml”}

4. Wait for the each app to get reinstalled, this may take some time, ignore if any error is shown.

5. Once the command is complete, click on the Start Menu and check to confirm, Windows 10 built-in apps are back.

SEE: How to remove All Default Apps from Windows 8

How many apps are there in your Windows 10 Start Menu?

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