If you’re a Windows Insider and you updated to build 10041, you probably noticed that Mail, Calendar and People apps are not opening or you may not even see them listed in “All Apps”. According to the list of known issues listed by Microsoft, it seems that there is a few problems with licensing in the Store (beta). Naturally, if you don’t see them listed in “All Apps” or the apps just aren’t opening, you probably are thinking on going to the Store to try to reinstalled them again, but this issue doesn’t have such an easy workaround. However, Microsoft is well aware of the problem and already shared the necessary steps to get Mail, Calendar, and People working again in Windows 10 build 10041, just follow the steps below:

Fix Mail, Calendar and People apps on Windows 10

Now everything should be working. Keep in mind that this isn’t a Windows 10 build that you should be using as your primary operating system as it’s very buggy. You’ll be better off, running the previous release.

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