Some users are reporting that after installing Windows 10 KB5011831 update they’re unable to install apps from Microsoft Store or Microsoft Store apps are crashing or not opening, instead showing an error code 0xC002001B
Microsoft is already aware of this issue and explains that those users who’re seeing this error code 0xC002001B on their devices using a processor (CPU) that supports Control-flow Enforcement Technology (CET) like 11th generation Intel® Core™ processors or above accompanied by some AMD processor.
Microsoft has already fixed the bug with the cumulative update KB5015020 for Windows 10. However, it is available for download only through the Microsoft Catalog and affected users have to install it manually.
Head over to this Microsoft support page, and you will find all the details about the update which includes the update package and instructions about how to install it.
Are you seeing Microsoft Store error code 0xC002001B? Does the update fix the issue for you? Let us know in the comments.
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