Adobe Premiere Pro is currently not in the Microsoft Store. After I paid for the app, and downloaded it from Adobe, my laptop showed an error message that says "The app you're trying to install isn't a Microsoft-verified app" and gave me no open to install other than going to the Microsoft store. When I went to the Microsoft store, they have Photoshop and Acrobat but not Premiere Pro. I'm completely stuck -- does anyone know how is the installation supposed to work for PC users??
Your question is more about microsoft's software than Adobe's. After a bit of research on Microsoft community I found these;
There are 2 possible scenarions;
You may be running windows 10 /11 S edition. To switch out, follow the steps mentioned in this article; Switching out of S mode in Windows (microsoft.com) (Note that if you exit the s mode you can't re-enable it, all though it's just a software limitation)
In case you are, in fact running win 10/11 Home/Pro (without the s) your app settings might only allow mic. store app to be downloaded. To allow other apps to download, Open The settings app> Click on apps> If you are on win 10, at the top of that page there is a "Choose where to get apps" drop-down. Make sure to set it to Everywhere. If you're running windows 11 then click on apps and features, and again, at the top of that page there is a "Choose where to get apps" drop-down. Make sure to set it to Everywhere.
If none of these solutions work then make sure to update your system. To update; Open the settings app> click on update and security or Windows update> and click on check for updates. After you do so try the above again.