The New Microsoft Store Will Be Featured in Windows 11 and Windows 10

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It looks like Microsoft is introducing a new Microsoft Store for Windows 11, and we are here for it. The company has announced that this Store will soon be added to Windows 10 as well. Today’s event introduced  Windows 11, and with it, a new app store. The company rebranded the app store in 2017, and it was rebranded as Microsoft Store, previously known as Windows Store.

New Microsoft Store in Windows 11

Even though Windows 11 was leaked last week, we did not see the updated app store in the leaks. However, here are some images to help you understand what the updated Microsoft Store will look like in the Windows 11 operating system.

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New Microsoft Store

 

New Microsoft Store

New Microsoft Store

The new version of Store has been designed to cater to app developers. In addition, the company said that the new Store was designed to deal with 'technical and policy constraints built into the original foundations of the Store.'

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New Microsoft Store

Users will install apps and even get special offers like movie discounts for Xbox Game Pass members. Some of the apps that will be coming to the Microsoft Store include Adobe Creative Cloud, Disney+, TikTok, Zoom, Microsoft Teams, and Visual Studio.

New Microsoft Store

Users will also get information about top apps, games, and other curated stories. There will be a 'pop up' store to help you install apps from the web.

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Another great thing is that the new store will now include Android apps as well. These apps will run on your Windows PC, which is all due to a partnership between Amazon and Intel Bridge technology. The Amazon Appstore will be featured in the Microsoft Store, and you will be able to pin apps on your computer.

We still have to see if the Store will be available to developers, and it will be open to all apps. But, according to Panay, whether you are developing a UWP or Windows app, the store is open to everyone. So maybe Windows 11 app store could be a turning point for the company and the developers. What do you think?

How excited are you about Windows 11?
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