SOVLED! Windows 10 Stock Ticker Live Tile

By taking advantage of Windows 10 Stock Ticker live tile, Windows users could keep an eye on stock prices while using their computers throughout the day. You want to add a Stock Ticker to your Windows 10 desktop but don’t know what must be done? In that case, this article is for you. Down below is everything you must keep in mind about the Stock Ticker of Windows 10.

Adding Stock Ticker To Windows 10 Desktop: Breakdown

  • Step 1: Go to Search bar, type Microsoft Store and hit Enter.
  • Step 2: Search for Stock Ticker, locate one that suits you, select it and choose Get. 
  • Step 3: After the download finishes, test out the Stock Ticker.

How To Use Windows Live Tiles


  • Step 1: Open Start menu. 
  • Step 2: Click the target Live tile. 
  • Step 3: Drag the title from Start menu to the desktop and drop it.


  • Step 1: Press the Windows key 
  • Step 2: Right-click the target Live tile.
  • Step 3: Hover your mouse over Resize then click the size you like ( small, medium, wide, etc).


To change the position of a tile, you only have to drag it to your preferred location. To create a new tile group, drag a tile of your choice to the bottom of the start. Rename the group by clicking the top of the group then enter a name of your choice.


  • Step 1: Press the Windows key 
  • Step 2: Right-click the target Live tile.
  • Step 3: Hover your mouse over More then click Turn Live Tile off.

Windows 10 Live Tile Not Working: Troubleshooting

Solution 1: Re-Register Package

  • Step 1: Press Windows + X to open the Quick Link Menu.
  • Step 2: Select Windows PowerShell (Admin) to open PowerShell with administrator privileges.
  • Step 3: In Windows PowerShell (Admin), run the command Get-appxpackage -all *shellexperience* -packagetype bundle |% {add-appxpackage -register -disabledevelopmentmode ($_.installlocation + “\appxmetadata\appxbundlemanifest.xml”)}
  • Step 4: Restart your computer then see how things turn out.

Solution 2: Run Windows Store Apps Troubleshooter

  • Step 1: Press Windows + I to open Settings.
  • Step 2: Select Update & Security then choose Troubleshoot.
  • Step 3: Click Additional troubleshooters and pick Windows Store Apps 
  • Step 4: Hit Run the troubleshooter then wait until the troubleshooting completes.
  • Step 5: Assuming that the troubleshooter manages to identify the cause, click Apply this fix.

Solution 3: Restart Explorer

  • Step 1: Right-click an empty spot on the taskbar and pick Task Manager. 
  • Step 2: Locate Windows Explorer, select it and choose End task.
  • Step 3: Look to the top left of the Task Manager, click File then pick Run new task.
  • Step 4: Type Explorer.exe, press Enter and determine whether the issue persists.

Solution 4: Create A New User Account

  • Step 1: Press Windows + I to open Settings, choose Accounts and select Family & other users.
  • Step 2: Click Add someone else to this PC Below Other users then pick I don’t have this person’s sign-in information.
  • Step 3: In the next window, hit Add a user without a Microsoft account. Proceed to enter a preferred username and password then click Next. Once the account has been successfully created, press the Windows key, pick the profile icon and hit Sign out. You could then sign back in using your newly created account then witness the result. 

Frequently Asked Questions

What are tiles on Windows 10?

A tile is a static or a live representation of an application on the Windows start screen. Windows 10 features live tiles which include a 3D animation. Live tiles for email can show a new email or your next appointment on your calendar without opening the application.

What does a Stock Ticker mean?

A Stock Ticker is a report of the price of securities and is updated continuously throughout the trading session. A tick is the upward or downward movement of the security price. A Stock Ticker automatically displays information about the security like ticks and trading volume.

What are the types of securities?

There are up to four main types of securities i.e debt securities, equity securities, derivative securities, and hybrid securities.

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