Are you using Groove Music as your primary music player in Windows 10? Want to perform a quick reset to delete all playlists and music? Do you want to perform a full reset of Groove Music to fix issues? Here is how to reset Groove Music in Windows 10.
There are two ways to reset Groove Music in Windows 10. The first method is to use the built-in reset option in Groove Music, which deletes playlists and removes music you have added or downloaded from your Groove catalogue.
The second method is to reset Groove Music using the Settings app. This will delete all Groove Music date and comes in handy when the app is not working well.
Method 1 of 2
Reset Groove Music app using Settings in Windows 10
Use this method if the Groove Music app is not opening or you have issues with one or more features of Groove Music on Windows 10.
Step 1: Open the Settings app by clicking on the Settings icon on the left side of the Start menu.
Step 2: Go to Apps > Apps & features.
Step 3: Look for Groove Music entry. Click on it to see the Advanced options link. Click on the link.
Step 4: Click the Reset button. Click the Reset button again when you see the confirmation dialog. That’s it!
Method 2 of 2
Reset Groove Music in Windows 10
Step 1: Open Groove Music app. In the left-pane of Groove Music, click on the Settings icon to open the Groove Music settings page.
Step 2: Under the Reset section, click Delete your playlists, and any music you’ve added or downloaded from the Groove catalogue link.
Step 3: When you see the Reset your cloud collection page, select appropriate options and then click Reset now button. Please read all options on Reset your cloud collection page before clicking the Reset button.
If resetting Groove Music didn’t help you fix the issue, you can always reinstall the Groove Music.
Thanks, I was going crazy trying to find the Option 2 reset command (through Windows settings.
Hi. Is it possible to force update Grooves database? It doesn’t display local cover art for some albums.