Fix Sorry, Something Went Wrong – OneNote

Fix Sorry, Something Went Wrong – OneNote

September 17, 2018 By Xtremerain Editorial Team

    Microsoft Windows 10 has come with some new features. Microsoft OneNote app is preinstalled in Windows 10. In a new operating system, Users may face some problems for hardware incompatibility. But there are many Windows 10 users who are facing an issue with OneNote. That may be a bug. After opening OneNote app in windows 10, an error message is appearing. That is ‘Sorry, something went wrong. We were unable to sign you in. Please try again later’. As a result, Users can’t use this OneNote app in their newly installed windows 10. In this article, You will learn how to fix Sorry, Something Went Wrong issue with OneNote app in Windows 10.

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    Fix Something Went Wrong Issue with OneNote in Windows 10:

    This is not a terrible problem for windows 10 users. It is so much easy to fix something went wrong error. You can fix it by following steps.

    Step 1:

    Open Windows PowerShell. To open it-

    • Press Windows Logo Key + R from your keyboard.
    • Type Powershell and press Enter.

    Step 2:

    Now you have to paste following command in Windows PowerShell and press Enter.

    get-appxpackage ** | remove-appxpackage

    This code will remove the preinstalled OneNote app from your Windows 10.

    Step 3:

    This is the final step to fix sorry, something went wrong error in OneNote app. Now you have to install OneNote app again. To do it-

    • Open Windows App Store from windows 10 start menu.
    • Now type onenote in search box and press enter.
    • Now Open and install the OneNote app which came from Microsoft.
    • After installation process, Open OneNote and see something went wrong problem has gone.

    By following these three steps, you can easily fix sorry, something went wrong error in OneNote. You also can fix it by unistalling and installing onenote again.

    To find more OneNote related solutions, You can visit Microsoft Community.