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If you had been experiencing issues when updating the first-party apps on the Windows Store, we have a good news for you. Microsoft is now rolling out a fix to Windows Store bug and the users can now once again update the apps such as Outlook Mail & Calendar on Windows 10 Mobile and PCs.

As we tested on our multiple devices, the issue appears to have been finally fixed. Microsoft’s Brandon LeBlanc had earlier confirmed that the team was trying to publish the new version of apps to fix the bug. Today, the company pushed new updates to Outlook Mail & Calendar, Movies & TV and Windows Store.

Windows Store on the production has been updated to versionĀ 11708.1001.264 and you can now finally update the first-party apps. However, as the update is rolling out gradually, it may take a while for your device to receive the new versions.

In other news, Microsoft recently rebranded Windows Store to Microsoft Store. You can also download the appx of Microsoft Store (OneDrive link) and sideload it to your Windows Phone or PC. Are you able to update Windows Store apps on Windows 10 Mobile and PC?

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