6 Fixes to MSN Weather Not Working in Windows 10 Error

Sherry li
3 min readSep 27, 2019

Summary :

You can not open MSN weather? Or it blinds off when you click the weather app? Don’t worry any more. You can find 6 ways in MiniTool Solutions to fix MSN weather not working.

MSN weather provides detailed forecasts for users. But sometimes, when you are trying to open MSN weather, it comes up and immediately blinks off. How to fix MSN weather not working? Here are some solutions to help you.

In the first place, when the weather app is not working, you can try this simple trick to update your system, which takes just a few moments.

Step 2: Select Update & Security.

Step 3: Click Check for updates. Then download and install them immediately.

Tip: These updates also include security updates and patches for a number of apps.

Step 4: Reboot your computer and check whether the MSN weather not working error is removed.

Step 2: Click Get updates and check whether there is MSN Weather available. If yes, update it and reboot the computer.

If it doesn’t work, you can try to unpin or pin MSN weather app to Start menu. It helps some users when the weather app is not working.

Turn Live Tile Off

Live Tile may be a factor to mess up MSN weather. You can fix the problem by turning it off.

Step1: Click Start button.

This article shows how to use the Windows 10 Start menu with some fun tricks.

Run troubleshooter

You can troubleshoot every Windows 10 app with a built-in setting. Follow these steps.

Step 1: Open Settings and input troubleshoot Windows in the search box. Then click Find and fix problems with Microsoft Store Apps.

Reset the Weather App

Step 3: In Advanced options, enable Location under App permissions.

Tip: you will not lose any data when you reset the weather app.

In addition, you can also click Uninstall in step 4. But you need to reinstall it from Windows Store then.

There was a problem resetting your PC? No changes were made? You will find the best solutions here to reset Windows 10.

Clear Windows Store Cache

Step 2: Locate to the following path: C: > Windows > System32.

Note: If you can’t use Windows Store to download apps after you clear Windows Store cache, you can open PowerShell with admin rights and input the following command to reregister the Windows Store app: powershell -ExecutionPolicy Unrestricted Add-AppxPackage -DisableDevelopmentMode -Register $Env:SystemRoot\WinStore\AppxManifest.xml

Originally published at https://www.partitionwizard.com on September 27, 2019.