New Windows 11 build 22000.120 includes Microsoft Store updates if you’re in the Dev Channel

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With Windows 11, Microsoft introduced a new version of the Microsoft Store, built to be faster and cleaner. Now today, with the release of the latest Windows 11 Insider build 22000.120, the company is beginning to roll out an updated version of the Store. This update is coming first to Windows Insiders on the Dev Channel, even though the .120 build is available for both Beta and Dev channels.

Here’s what’s new in this latest Store version (#22107.1401.9.0):

Auto-scrolling on Spotlight

Content in Spotlight will now auto-scroll when you’re browsing “so you can discover your next favorite app, movie, or game.”

New design for gaming product detail pages

Product detail pages (or PDP) are being updated to show more info and images for games.

New Ratings and Reviews dialog

The Ratings and Reviews is being updated to make it easier to rate apps and games and provide feedback.

You can check out more info on the Windows Insider blog post, and if you’re in the Beta Channel, as long as there are no blocking changes, you should be seeing this update soon, too.