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I want to install the Kindle App out of the App Store but my Mac Book Pro needs more than a quarter hour to install. I just do an normal restart and now the app store means it is installed but i can't find it in the lunch pad or in the programs folder.
How i can to reset the app store, so i can install the app again?
Thank you for your help

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Try here > Mac App Store: How to resume interrupted downloads
a quarter of an hour? It's only a 46.9MB file. That should not take a minute on a broadband connection. Maybe two or three minutes on DSL.
If a "resume" doesn't help, if installed, disable anti virus software then try to resume the download.
The Little Snitch app can prevent apps from downloading or any other network monitoring software.
And check Gatekeeper.
Open System Preferences > Security & Privacy then select the General tab.
Select:  Mac App Store and identified developers
If that area is grayed out, click the padlock icon to make changes. You may be prompted for your admin password before proceeding.
OS X: About Gatekeeper
Beyond that... restart your router and try again.

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