The MSN Weather app for Windows 11 looks better than it ever did

by Alexandru Poloboc
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  • Great news for all the MSN Weather app users out there.
  • Microsoft is working on improving the popular software
  • The app will now follow the Windows 11 design language.
  • Miscellaneous bug fixes are also coming to MS Weather.
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If you’re also one of those people who always checks the weather before leaving the comfort of his home, you must ne pretty good friends with the MSN Weather app.

And if you were bored with it, then what we’re about to tell you will surely put a smile on your face. Microsoft recently released a new update for MSN Weather app in Microsoft Store for Windows 11 Insiders.

The update takes the app to version 4.53.33420.0 and brings an improved design and Start Menu improvements.

Microsoft improves MSN Weather app UI and functions

If you already have it installed, that means that the update will be downloaded and installed the next time you open the app.

However, if you aren’t using yet and would want to give it a go, all you have to do is open the Store, search for MSN Weather app and download it.

You’re probably wondering what Microsoft did to this software more specifically. Well, the Weather app has been updated and now uses a graphic style more in line with the Windows 11 interface.

Buttons now have rounded edges, fonts have been made larger and thicker, and controls on the settings page have been updated.

Also, when pinning additional locations to the Start menu, the corresponding city name will be displayed to make it easier for you to identify which link the Weather app is referring to.

The Redmond-based tech giant also mentioned some miscellaneous bug fixes and improvements were also added through this patch.

However, keep in mind that these new improvements are currently only available to Windows 11 Insiders in the Dev channel.

All-in-all, it doesn’t seem that much, but certainly enough to make the difference for those who constantly rely on this software for weather information.

Microsoft didn’t specify when these changes will start rolling out to the general public, but we can expect them over the coming months.

What sets MSN Weather apart from other similar apps? Share your opinions with us in the comments section below.

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