The apps that are located on the Windows Start Screen are called Windows Store apps.These apps are ones that are downloaded and installed through the Windows Store.If app updates hang on a “Waiting,” or “Installing” message, however, there may be a network issue.
Click on the Update link and you will be brought to a page showing you the available updates for your Windows apps.
If there are any you do not wish to update, right click on the them so that they are no longer checked.
Deleting and reinstalling apps may also save you from this problem.
To delete an app, long press that app; all the wiggling apps will show a delete icon (x) on the top left.
But what if you fail to update the existing apps or not able to download any fresh app on your i Phone?
Recently, this problem has surfaced and many i Phone users have raised this concern. I researched the error which was related to the windows firewall.I am using Norton Internet Security which disables and replaces the windows native firewall.To reinstall go to App Store and reinstall the app.Closing All Apps Checking Your Network Connection Signing Out and Back In to i Cloud Turning Off Airplane Mode Turning On Automatic Updates Deleting and Reinstalling the App Community Q&A App update problems can often be solved by force-closing all open apps and restarting your i Phone.To view your purchase history, open the i Tunes application on your computer, make sure you are signed in to your i Tunes account, and then from the top menu, select . To see all the ourchases on a certain date, click the small triangle to the left of the date.