You can download Minecraft for Windows 10 from the Microsoft Store for free, but if you want to try it out for yourself, you’ll need to pay.

Microsoft recently added Minecraft for the Windows 10 Anniversary Update as a free download, but the program is currently only available in the Windows Store.

To install Minecraft, open Minecraft for Mac or Linux and then click on “Settings.”

In the “About” section, you can find “Windows” or “Mac” as your OS.

Click “OK” when you’re done.

If you’re on Windows 10 Home, you should see the new Windows 10 app in your app list.

Once you’re in the app list, click “Install Now” and a Minecraft install will start.

Minecraft runs in the background and will not ask you to restart your computer.

If the game crashes or freezes, you won’t see a message.

This is normal and it should go away once you’ve finished the install.

If Minecraft crashes or is stuck on the screen, try restarting your computer to fix the issue.

If that doesn’t fix the problem, you might have to reinstall the game to fix it.

Minecraft has a feature called “autoplay.”

This is a new feature that allows players to “unpause” gameplay by holding down the Shift key and clicking the “X” key.

You can use this to stop a game from playing until you hold down the shift key again.

You also have the option to use the Xbox One remote.

If this doesn’t work, you may have to uninstall Minecraft and reinstall it.

You might also want to install Minecraft for Linux, which requires that you have Steam installed.

To do so, follow these steps: Open Minecraft for mac or Linux, click on Settings, click about, then click “More.”

In “About this app,” scroll down and click on the “Software information” tab.

Select “Minecraft” from the list of apps that appear.

Click on “Install now” and the download will begin.

Once the download is complete, click the “OK,” “Save” button, and then “Close.”

If you are running Windows 10 Insider Preview and see an error message like the one below, click here to fix this issue.