- Nov 27, 2001
I'm assuming that new window is actually a new browser window that's attempting to open an app-link. For example, if you want to setup a link to an IRC server, you just do irc://serverort/ as a URL. Unless you're saying that it's a blank Store window that immediately closes. If that's the case, I found this help entry about the Store closing.Now, from Firefox, when I get to the Windows store and click on ""Get the app", it opens up a new window for approximately half a second, before that new window closes itself. So right now I can't download it, why is that window closing on its own?
I'd try the thing above. It sounds like the search cache is bad. Also, I just removed the Store from the taskbar (it's just pinned). You can easily access the apps by hitting the Windows key and just typing in the application/app name into the search/Cortana bar. (It's the same on Windows 7 and 8 too.)I've also tried to access the store directly from the "Store" icon on my taskbar. When I click on that one, the store window does open up, and it stays open. However, from that one, when I click on the blank search bar and type "killer" (to find the game) it closes the whole thing half way during the typing. I've just typed one single letter in that search bar and it closes automatically (the whole page closes, back to desktop).