Turn off “The App You Are Trying To Install Isn’t A Verified App From Store” Message – Windows 10

Windows 10 came with the store having numerous applications that best suit the Windows operating system. Just like the android app store, this store is filled with the apps of diversified fields. You can search games, educational applications, Microsoft Edge extensions and movies, and tv apps as well.

All types of apps in windows store run smoothly in the Windows OS as they are specially maneuvered for this.

Apart from the store applications, Windows OS is very friendly with third-party applications as well. These apps can be installed without any complications.

This article provides a solution for The App You Are Trying to Install Isn’t A Verified App from Store message in Windows 10.

This alert message pops up to the screen when a user is trying to run a new software of some anonymous developer. There is an option of Install Anyway to continue the installation process. To disable this alert permanently, you have to turn off the app recommendation option from the settings. This can easily be done with the help of following steps.

Go to the Start button and navigate to the Settings icon.

You are now in Windows Settings, look for Apps and click on it.

After clicking Apps, a new screen with Apps and Features will  open. In installing apps option, Allow apps from the Store only preference will be selected.

This preference is responsible for the dialog The App You Are Trying to Install Isn’t A Verified App from Store. Changing this preference will fix the warning permanently.

Click on Allow apps from the Store only and select Turn off app recommendations. That’s it.

The dialog will never appear again on the screen while you are installing a third-party software from any new or anonymous developer.

Muhammad Imran Habib

Imran is a technology evangelist with 8 years of experience working with some of the Industry leading companies. Imran's expertise includes On-Prem/Virtual Infrastructure deployments, IT Solutions for SMEs, End User Computing Support.

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