Windows 10 Store Gets New Toggles to Update Apps Automatically and a New Live Tile
Windows 10 will be coming at the end of this July and there are plenty of important updates which are gradually being rolled out to update the Windows Store. Today we’re talking about a minor but quite interesting one.
It was recently revealed through some build that the Windows Store 10 Beta can be updated silently, without the user even realizing it. That’s how a couple of improvement have been rolled out recently and we didn’t even notice that. Thank God for tech savvy Windows users who are paying attention to everything.
The new Windows Store will be introduced with the release of Windows 10, and after applying a bunch of recent updates, we’ve noticed it to be much, much faster. There have always been complaints with regards to Store’s loading speed, so it seems that Microsoft is finally listening to them.
There are also two new toggles, which have been slightly improve, one to “update apps automatically” and another one is a new Live Tile one. Have a look at the screenshot from below to see how they look like:
Of course, various other user interface improvements have been rolled out, as well, and there are definitely many others to come as we’re getting quickly closer and closer to the official release date.
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