7 Best Ways to Fix Kindle for PC Desktop App Won’t Open on Windows
Many users prefer the Kindle app on their desktop for reading eBooks, especially those who spend most of their time in front of their desks. However, some readers complain that their Kindle app on Windows desktop doesn’t open. You can access the Kindle app on your smartphone, but that’s only a temporary solution until you fix the desktop PC Kindle app error. Something may be wrong with the Kindle app itself or your Windows computer, so we will explore both possibilities.
1. Read Online
Most people may not know that you can access your entire Kindle library on Kindle Cloud Reader. Open your browser and click on the link below to access Kindle Cloud Reader. It won’t display manually added books, but you can read any ebook purchased on Amazon. This is a great way to continue reading your favorite books while troubleshooting the Kindle app for your desktop.
2. Wacom Tablet Services Conflict
There is a conflict between the Wacom Tablet and Kindle app. To fix this, users can disconnect the hardware when using Kindle or open the Task Manager (Ctrl+Shift+Esc), right-click on the associated service, and select End task.
3. Change Local Folder Location
Kindles app stores some files locally on your computer to function correctly. These files may get corrupt over time, leading to Kindle not initializing or opening on your PC.
Step 1: Navigate to the folder structure below.
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