Microsoft has made the revamped Microsoft Store, which debuted with Windows 11, available to Windows 10 testers. The Digital Store has a wider range of apps than the Windows 10 Store.
Those who want to try out the new Store can subscribe to the Windows 10 Release Preview Insider channel, within the operating system. This is open to anyone, provided some additional telemetry is enabled in the OS. After that, the store will be updated to the new version. The renovated store should be available to everyone “soon”, Rudy Hoenn reportsAnd Principal engineer From MS Store on Twitter.
The new store doesn’t have a very different design than its predecessor, but it uses different terms for the apps that can be deployed to it. If apps such as Discord, VLC, Adobe Reader, LibreOffice, Epic Games Store and Zoom were not available before, they can be found in the Store in Windows 11, and therefore also in the Store in Windows 10 after this update. Apps haven’t been ported to UWP, but the store now offers Win32 apps, for example.
Meanwhile, Windows 11 version will be able to run Android apps in the near future. This will work through the new Windows subsystem for Android and the involvement of the Amazon App Store. These features Available in trial version for users in America. By the way, the wide user has the extension Google Play Store is already working on Windows 11.
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