Microsoft Store

Microsoft today pushed out a major update to its Store app for Windows 10 PC and Mobile. The update is available for Insiders enrolled in the Fast Ring, Skip Ahead and to non-Insiders. The latest update comes with some new features along with bug fixes.

The latest update has pushed the app to new versionĀ 11801.1001.413. Microsoft in the latest Store update has removed the Fluent Design elements which were added to the app in its previous update.

A new feature has been added with the update which now shows you the symbols of the devices on which the particular application can be installed. The layout of the “My Collection” section has been completely redone.

Improvements have been made to the search results in the Store app which now directly lets you know if you have already purchased any particular game or app earlier.

The most important feature which has been included in the latest update is the “My Collection” Page now shows you description of the application in Italian and other languages. This is a great feature which will help users with languages other than English to know the exact description of the application in their native language.

Apart from the above features there are the usual bug fixes and performance improvements which have also been pushed out in the latest update. As reported the update is available for Windows Insiders enrolled in Fast Ring with Skip Ahead enabled and is also available for non-Insiders.

You can download the latest update by clicking the below Microsoft Store link if you are enrolled in the above ring or on production ring.

Download Microsoft Store for Windows 10.

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Akshay Waghray, who holds a degree in Computer Science, was a former technology news reporter for Windows Latest and his area of expertise include Windows. Articles contributed by Akshay have been referred by big publications such as TechRadar, XDA Developers, Future Inc, Purge, and others over the years. At Windows Latest, Akshay has written and edited thousands of articles using his decades long experience with Windows Server and Windows Update for Business.