You may now try reinstall WhatsApp on Windows 10 or Windows 11 computer if you find that it does not function properly after you have installed it on your computer.
Windows users have shown a strong preference for the desktop application of WhatsApp, which is one of the most popular instant messaging services. A significant number of users have downloaded and installed WhatsApp on their desktops running Windows 10 or Windows 11 so that they may send and reply to messages without using their cellphones.
When using WhatsApp on Windows 10 or 11, it is no longer necessary for your smartphone to have an active internet connection.
How can I reinstall WhatsApp without losing my data?
It is necessary to first delete WhatsApp from your device before attempting to reinstall it. When you do this, any and all WhatsApp data that has been saved on your personal computer will be deleted. The data on your smartphone, which in an ideal world would include all of your WhatsApp data, will remain unchanged even if you reinstall WhatsApp on your personal computer (PC). The WhatsApp data that is stored on your mobile device will not be affected in any way when you reinstall WhatsApp on your computer running Windows 10 or 11.
You will not suffer any data loss unless you have been using WhatsApp exclusively on your computer (after using WhatsApp on your smartphone for the sole purpose of linking accounts and signing in).
How to Reinstall WhatsApp on Windows 10 or 11?
The steps necessary to reinstall WhatsApp are not very difficult to complete. Uninstalling WhatsApp and then downloading and installing a new copy of the program from the Play Store is all that is required of you. This will show you exactly how to do the task.
The first thing you need to do is navigate to the Settings > Apps > Apps & features page on your Windows 10/11 PC.
Step 2: Search for an entry for WhatsApp.
Step 3: Navigate to the WhatsApp app on your Windows 10 device, select it, and then click the Uninstall option. When using Windows 11, navigate to the symbol shown by three horizontally arranged dots, and then select the Uninstall option from the menu that appears.
Step 4: When you are prompted to uninstall WhatsApp from your Windows 10/11 PC, click the Uninstall option again. This will erase WhatsApp from your computer.
After deleting WhatsApp from your personal computer, proceed to the next step and open the Store application.
Step 6: Look for the app known as WhatsApp. Simply selecting the search result will take you to the WhatsApp page on the App Store. After that, select the Install option to begin the process of downloading and installing the most recent version of WhatsApp.
Step 7: Once the installation of WhatsApp has been completed, launch WhatsApp. In order to use WhatsApp, you will first need to link your smartphone’s WhatsApp account to your computer’s WhatsApp account.
Step 8: Open WhatsApp on your smartphone, tap the Settings/gear icon, tap Linked devices, tap the Link a Device button, and then scan the QR code that appears on the WhatsApp app on your Windows 10/11 PC with the smartphone to download all of the messages. To do this, open WhatsApp on your smartphone, tap the Settings/gear icon, tap Linked devices, tap the Link a Device button.
That wraps it up!