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Microsoft has confirmed that it has removed the Delve app from the Windows 10 Store. Delve is a Office 365 data visualization and discovery tool which incorporates machine learning has been removed and will be replaced by integrating it into the Windows 10 taskbar search.

With Delve, users will be able to manage their Office 365 profile, discover and organize the information that’s likely to be most interesting across Office 365.

There has been no proper explanation given by the Redmond Giant behind removing the Delve app from the Microsoft Store for Windows 10. The company requests the users to use the Web version instead of the Delve app.

As announced by an Microsoft spokesperson, the company would like to enhance the search and discovery experiences across Microsoft 365 for which they are putting more focus on the Windows taskbar search experience by including content and people inside the organization along with content on the local device.

Microsoft is currently looking to revamp the working of the search option in Windows and hence has decided to integrate Delve into the search taskbar of Windows 10. So if you are looking to download the app, you will no longer be able to get it in the Microsoft Store.

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