How to Fix Microsoft Solitaire Collection Won’t Open Windows 10

Microsoft Solitaire Collection is a collection of video games that are combined with Microsoft Windows 10. It’s fun to play whenever you tired from work and takes a short break or before closing everything after the work but what if Microsoft Solitaire collection won’t open?

Don’t get panic because here we will provide every possible solution for Microsoft Solitaire collection is not working anymore in Windows 10. If you are facing this issue then follow the solution below.

Fix Microsoft Solitaire Collection won’t start in Windows 10

To fix the Microsoft Solitaire Collection issue first try to restart your computer. If nothing happens then try to troubleshoot your issue from below methods by trying one by one.

Reset Microsoft Solitaire Collection

Sometimes we messed something unintentionally and after a few times, we noticed this feature or app is not working anymore. To reset Microsoft Solitaire Collection means to reset the app to its default settings.

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To do this, press Win + I key and then click on Apps to open Apps & features.

Reset Microsoft Solitaire Collection

Here find Microsoft Solitaire Collection, click on it and then click on Advanced options.

Reset Microsoft Solitaire Collection

Now scroll down and click on the Reset button. That’s it.

Reset Microsoft Solitaire Collection

Learn more: Play classic Solitaire in Windows 10

Reinstall Microsoft Solitaire Collection

To reinstall Microsoft Solitaire Collection press Windows key from the keyboard and type power shell, then select Run as administrator.

Reinstall Microsoft Solitaire Collection

Type this command Get-AppxPackage *solitairecollection* | Remove-AppxPackage exactly in power shell and hit enter.

Reinstall Microsoft Solitaire Collection

Reset Windows cache

Resetting Windows cache can also help because there are many reasons that your games setting stuck with cache glitch. To reset the Window cache, press Win + R key to the open Run box and type, then click on the Ok button.

Reset Windows cache

After clicking on the Ok button, it opens command prompt type windows that reset Windows cache automatically and close after some time. After that restart your computer and done.

Reset Windows cache

Upgrade your Windows

Outdated or incompatible drivers and settings also cause the issue. So upgrading your Windows to the latest version can get ride of many issues.

To update Windows, press Win + I key and then click on Update and Security.

Update and Security

Now click on Check for update button.

Check for update

 

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