Fix Photos app issues in Windows 10

Resolve Photos app problems in Windows 10:

Photos app is Microsoft’s latest image viewer. It allows you to view your images saved on your computer and USB drives. It is a replacement for Windows Photo Viewer which was the old image viewer.

If you’re one of the users who’ve been experiencing issues with the Photos app, please see the steps below.

Fortunately, the solutions are here and are easy to apply!

Let’s get started:

Step 1: Update Photos app

This is the most basic and easiest fix you could apply. When a certain Microsoft app is having an issue.

Developers will replicate the issue, particularly if they know that there are users who’ve been experiencing the issue. They will then release a new update for the specific app to resolve the issue.

1. Please go to your start and type Microsoft Store

2. Open the Store Page of Windows 10 Photos
3. Check for updates

If there is a new update available, it will get installed automatically

Step 2: Update Windows

If you are unable to resolve the issue by following the steps
above. Please update your Windows.

Windows update offers fixes for common bugs and issues for your operating system. Not only that, but it also offers security patches for your system.

1. Please go to your Start

2. Type Check for Updates

3. Select the top Result and click Check for Updates button

Step 3: Run troubleshooter

Microsoft created a troubleshooter for Windows operating system. This troubleshooter will automatically search for issues on your computer and fix them.

1. Please open the Settings

2. Go to Update & Security

3. Select Troubleshoot

4. Select the Windows Store apps, and select Run the troubleshooter

5. Follow on-screen instructions to complete the process and restart your PC

Step 4: Repair your Photos app

If your Photos app issue still persists after restarting your PC. You could also try to repair your Photos app, please see the steps below.

1. Please right-click the Start menu

2. Go to Apps and Features

3. Scroll down to Microsoft Photos in the list and select it

4. Then click Advanced options

5. Click Repair

Step 5: Fix your Registry

If the issue still persists, I’d suggest checking your
registry for issues.

Your registry may have been corrupted; thus, you are
experiencing this issue.

I could provide step-by-step instructions here to get that done. But, the steps are a bit complicated and might ruin your registry.

https://www.reviversoft.com/registry-reviver/

I’d suggest scanning your computer with Registry Reviver for
free.

Registry Reviver will scan for issues on your registry. Thus, by running the program could resolve this issue.

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