Microsoft Store app gets support for Windows 10 April Update
As we were telling you earlier, the Microsoft Store app was updated with a dedicated category for selling hardware. Microsoft is hard at work updating its Store so that it becomes a universal tool for millions out there.
Another update was recently released, making Store app ready for the upcoming Windows 10 April Update.
Insiders in the Release Preview Ring were the first to receive this new update. The Windows 10 April Update was officially released a few days ago, so now all Windows 10 users can enjoy the full functionalities of the Microsoft Store. Besides the support for RS5, the new “Devices” tab, Microsoft also introduced “Microsoft Edge Extensions” a short while ago.
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Other minor improvements have been made to the animations, as well as various bug fixes and performance improvements.
Microsoft has rebranded the Windows Store to Microsoft Store back in September, last year. The company has also revealed a new logo and made other revamp so that it could stand a chance in its fight against veterans Play Store and App Store.
Editor’s Note: This post was originally published on March, 26 2018 and has been since updated for freshness, and accuracy.
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