Under Win8 the Metro application is installed under 'C:\\Program Files\\WindowsApps (hidden folder)' and requires permission to open it.
Uninstalling some applications on the Metro interface may not completely delete the entire folder or some programs are damaged and need to be reinstalled. It will prompt 'Unable to install successfully' the reason is that it was installed before The application is not completely cleaned up. Moreover right-click to delete a folder it often prompts no permission.
You can use the 'Windows PowerShell' that comes with Windows to completely delete these application folders.
In the Metro interface right-click and select 'All Applications' at the bottom and find the program 'Windows PowerShell' under the 'Windows System' menu. Click Open (or right-click \u0026ldquo;Run as Administrator\u0026rdquo;).
After is opened enter the “Get-AppxPackage” command after C:\\Users\\Name\u0026gt; (you can copy the text and then “right-click the mouse on the input interface” Paste) and press Enter. You can view the catalog of all programs under the Metro interface.
after C:\\Users\\Name\u0026gt; enter \u0026ldquo;Remove-AppxPackage\u0026rdquo; plus \u0026ldquo;space\u0026rdquo;.
Find the name (Name) of the program to be completely deleted find the folder location (PackageFullName) select the location folder name right-click the mouse to copy and press Right-click and paste the file name to be deleted. Click Enter to delete.?Windows 8 fixes websites and applications to the start screen for direct access