If you’re going to download apps from the Microsoft Store (“Windows Store”), you’ve probably noticed that apps on the Microsoft Store are categorized by your region. Apps from another region are not available through the Microsoft Store.
For example, apps in the Asia or Europe region may not be available to US Windows 11 users and vice versa.
If you are going to download apps from the Microsoft Store, you can be sure that these apps have been tested and found to work for your version of Windows. Also, apps in the Microsoft Store are checked for malware and other errors to avoid problems.
In this article, I will explain to you how to change the region in Windows 11 to get to apps that are not available for your region by default in the Microsoft Store.
How to Switch Region in Microsoft Store on Windows 11
First, you have to open the Windows 11 settings. You can do so by right-clicking the Start button and then click on Settings in the menu.
On the left in the Settings, click on “Privacy & Security”, then click on “Language & Region”.
In the “Country or region” settings change the region as you wish.
Windows and apps might use your country or region to give you local content, such as the Microsoft Store.
Next, open the Microsoft Store and the content is the store is available in the selected region.
Microsoft Store not working? Try to reset apps in Windows 11.
I hope to have helped using this step-by-step guide. Thank you for reading!