Windows Store for Windows 10 Updated with Search Filters

By: Radu Tyrsina
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Let’s face it, there’s still a long, long way before the Windows Store can even remotely match the power of Google Play or iTunes, but Microsoft is always interested improving its functionality.

As some of our readers have pointed out, the Windows Store has received on small change which could make life easier for those who are looking for Windows apps and games.

The search functionality has been improved with the addition of filters. So, if you will go now into the search field, and type there whatever you are looking for, you will be able to search through apps, movies and TV shows, and music from below the top suggested apps.

If you don’t see these changes, go ahead and open the Store app, then click your profile icon, and click Downloads and updates, and after that you should receive the most recent version.

Also, you should know that recently Microsoft has kickstarted 10 days of 10 cent deals in the Windows Store, so go ahead and have a look at what you might be getting.

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