Screenshots of Windows Store Apps can Now be Viewed in Full-Screen

Radu Tyrsina By: Radu Tyrsina
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Microsoft is continuously updating the Windows Store with new features and we’ve seen its new 2014 look. Now, one of the latest updates brings a much requested feature. Read more about this below
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If you haven’t visited the Windows Store for a while now, you’ll be pleasantly surprised to discover that a small change has been issued into its functionality. Now, when you are browsing through screenshots of a certain app, you can just click or tap, if you’re on a touch Windows 8 device, and you will be able to see the screeenshot in full screen, which lets you see them in a bigger size.

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You can now view full-screen screenshots of Windows Store apps

Just make sure that you click on the image itself and not on the left carousel, and you will get the same view as in the screenshots present in this article. The background is black and distraction-free, which lets you focus easier on the features of the app expressed in the images. Also, those of you who have smaller Windows 8 tablets will find this especially useful, since the previous default view didn’t allow you to zoom in.
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What do you think about the new features, is this something which has previously bothered you? I know it has been rather annoying for me, so I’m glad that Microsoft is listening to our feedback and constantly improving our experience.

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