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- Microsoft is adding new interesting features to the Store app.
- With Build 25163, we get improved price tags for all products.
- We're also expecting some improved ways to find game editions.
We know we haven’t spoken about the Microsoft Store lately, so it was about time for an update from the Redmond tech giant.
As you know, Microsoft released Build 25163 for the Windows 11 Insiders in the Dev channel, an update packed with improvements and changes.
And, as a part of this update, are the changes that we are about to take a closer look at and analyze.
New price tags and many other improvements coming
Through the above-mentioned Windows 11 update, Microsoft announced a fresh update for the Microsoft Store as well.
Store version 22206.1401.2.0 is now available in the Dev channel with a few necessary tweaks and discoverability improvements.
However, by far, the main highlights include an updated price tag design and a new way to find different editions for a specific game.
So, developers to tweak the Browse and search section with updated price designs. Now it’s easier to understand the prices, so we have the info we need when searching for a new app, game, or movie.
Also coming with this new update are improved ways to find game editions, as it is easier to find different editions of a game.
With this new feature, you can easily view standard and deluxe editions so you can choose the game you want to play. How cool is that?!
Remember that this is only for Insiders, for the time being, so don’t go looking for these changes if you are on the stable version of Windows 11.
And, as you would have imagined already, like with all preview software, Microsoft wants to know our feedback regarding the latest enhancements in the Microsoft Store.
If you want to give feedback regarding the Store’s performance, you can share your thoughts by opening the Microsoft Store and pressing Win + F.
Have you already tested the new Dev Channel Microsoft Store changes? Share your experience with us in the comments section below.