Best Buy’s Windows 8, 10 App Receives Performance Enhancements

By: Radu Tyrsina
2 minute read

Best Buy has launched in the Windows Store for Windows 8 users quite a while ago and since then we have already talked about an important update that it had received. Now, I’ve seen the notification in the Windows Store that a new update was waiting to get “unleashed”.
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Best Buy is one of the biggest retailers in the United States and not only, not only with its brick-and-mortar stores, but also with a very strong presence online. The big company has released version of its web services for mobile users of Android and iOS, and after Windows 8 was launched, it was also among the most important first Windows 8 apps to hit the Windows Store. The app has been updated several times to meet the feedback of those who have downloaded and using it on their Windows 8 devices.

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According to the changelog in the Windows Store, version 1.2.0.0 of Best Buy for Windows 8 includes bug fixes and performance enhancements. This is pretty vague, indeed, so I had to go over to the Windows Store and browse through the feedback that users have been given. So, as it turns out, there have been also some fixes which are addressing the login problems for some users. Also, the app seems much faster, as some users, including myself, have been reporting slow loading times especially when browsing for new products.

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