Microsoft has started rolling out Windows 11’s new Microsoft Store update to the Windows 10 Insiders on the release preview channel. Windows 11 users have liked the new design and the expanded catalog of apps, games, and movies on their Microsoft Store. Most likely, the new Microsoft Store will be released to all the users with the next Windows 10 Version 21H2, November 2021 update.
Exciting news today, the new #MicrosoftStore (modern design, support for win32 apps, Disney+ movies and way more) is now available to Windows 10 Insiders! pic.twitter.com/O9zSZ8pudp
— Rudy Huyn (@RudyHuyn) October 27, 2021
New Microsoft Store will continue to bring new games into their catalog along with Xbox Game Pass integration which includes more than 100 stellar PC games. Windows users will also find the games from third-party portals such as Steam and Epic Games Stores.
Many users have complained about the slower Microsoft Store on Windows 10, Microsoft took the challenge to improve its performance by 35% faster to download and install apps. Its smooth design makes it a lot easier to switch between different pages or sections. Each app or game page has got every possible detail from the developers such as screenshots, videos, reviews, descriptions, age barrier, and more. It also features a new library page with all the installed apps, games, and updates.
Further, a new Microsoft Store on Windows 10 includes an optimized Disney+ PC app for streaming movies and series from Disney, Pixar, Marvel, Star Wars, National Geographic, and more. It will be a new entertainment hub by Microsoft along with apps and games.
Microsoft Store search will fetch all the matching items with Apps, Games, Movies, and Series. Its search results can also be filtered by category, developers, ratings, reviews, new, or age limits. More search features will appear in the future.
As of now, there is no announcement of Android Apps integration into Windows 10 but the new Microsoft Store update hints us at the same. Windows Subsystem for Android might appear on Windows 10 with Amazon Appstore shipping to the Microsoft Store.