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Some Windows 10 users encounter error 0x80244018 when installing an update or feature upgrade in Microsoft Store.
This is one of the many bugs that could prevent Windows 10 users from doing regular work. This error usually causes problems with the Windows store and other connectivity issues. As a result, users cannot download applications from the Windows store. Apparently, this problem has yet to be resolved.
Here are some details about what this bug means and how to fix it.
Check that the BITS service is working.
BITS or Background Intelligent Transfer Service is a Windows service provider that must deploy updates. To ensure that this service actually works, proceed as follows:
Enter Services in the search field on the taskbar and launch the Services entry in the Start menu with Run as administrator.
After confirming the user account control, look for the Background Intelligent Transfer Service entry in the Services window.
Start the service and check for errors. The start type must be ‘Automatic (timed)’.
Then restart Windows and try to see if the updates have not yet been received.
Create a new AppReadiness Folder
Due to the update, various software infections or malware, the important AppReadiness folder may have been damaged. That’s why you should find it in the C:\\Windows directory, delete it, and recreate it.
Open this PC and select the View tab above.
Select the Hidden elements option.
Click on Options and select Edit Folder and change the options.
Open the View tab and clear the Hide protected files from the nearby operating system (recommended) check box (if available).
Once the process is complete, you must delete and restore the AppReadiness- folder. Follow the steps below:
Navigate to the C:\\Windows directory.
Right-click on the empty field.
Select New from the drop-down menu and click on Folder.
Name the new folder AUInstallAgent. The system requires administrative privileges.
Check the proxy server settings
Press the Windows + R combination key, type inetcpl.cpl in the Run dialog box, then press Enter to open the Internet access properties.
In the Internet Properties window that opens, go to the Connections tab and click Local Area Network (LAN) Settings under the Local Area Network (LAN) Settings heading.
In the Local Area Network (LAN) Settings window, select Auto, click OK, click Apply, and then click OK on the Internet Properties window.
Hopefully this will help to fix the error 0x80244018 in the Microsoft Store. The following are your thoughts and experiences on using the above method to correct error 0x80244018 in Windows 10.
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