In windows 10 you will find bundles of default apps preinstalled and email app is one of them that you can find on your menu bar. However, sometimes when you move from lower windows version to windows 10 or update the existing one your mail app not work or crashed.
Windows 10 mail app not working is very common among the users. Such issues come due to misconfiguration of mail app setting and other disorders and that you can fix by uninstalling and reinstalling this application. Find below how to uninstall and reinstall mail app on Windows 10 to fix the windows 10 mail app not working or not opening issues.
How to Uninstall the Mail App on Windows 10?
Step1: Go to start menu and type on search box “Windows PowerShell” right-click the search result and select “Run as Administrator”.
Step2: Here you need to type a command – “Get-AppxPackage Microsoft.windowscommunicationsapps | Remove-AppxPackage” - on the power shell and press enter to uninstall the mail setup.
Step3: Now restart your computer to finish this task and see the effects. But this command will also uninstall Mail and Calendar apps from Windows 10 that you can reinstall after completing this task.
After the successful uninstallation of mail app now you have to reinstall this application on your PC. Meanwhile, if you need any help you can call Windows 10 technical support for online help to check and fix the issue with the help of right tech professionals.
How to reinstall the Mail app on Windows 10?
Step1: Open the windows store on your computer.
Step2: Search here the “Calendar and Mail App”.
Step3: Now click on the app from the result menu.
Step4: To install the app, click on install button to reinstall the apps again.
Step5: Now go to start menu and open mail app to start the mail setup process.
Once you have setup the mail app you need to configure the mail account with your mail id and activate the mailing process. This is a crucial part, call the technician at Windows 10 support phone number who will help you remotely to diagnosis and fix the technical problems affecting the mailing apps on windows 10 or other issues affecting the functionality of the Windows PC.