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Microsoft Store Receives a New UI Layout

Microsoft Store Receives a New UI Layout

Windows 10 Microsoft Store gets new tabbed user interface. The new UI layout makes PC games and deals more discoverable. Microsoft is gradually rolls out the update to Windows 10 users.

Disable Microsoft Store Apps in Windows 10

Disable Microsoft Store Apps in Windows 10

As you may already know, Windows 10 comes with its own Store app. Like Android has Google Play, and there's the App Store in iOS, the Microsoft Store app (formerly Windows Store) adds the ability to deliver digital content to the end user in Windows. There is a group policy that can be used to restrict access to all Microsoft Store apps, including pre-installed and manually downloaded packages. The Microsoft Store app will also be disabled.

Hide or Show Apps in Microsoft Store My Library

Hide or Show Apps in Microsoft Store My Library

In Windows 10, Universal apps can be installed and updated with one click thanks to the My Library feature of the built-in Microsoft Store app. It saves the list of apps you have installed and purchased, so you can quickly get the required app on another device you own without searching for it again in the Store.

Install Apps from Microsoft Store My Library in Windows 10

Install Apps from Microsoft Store My Library in Windows 10

In Windows 10, Universal apps can be installed and updated with one click thanks to the My Library feature of the built-in Microsoft Store app. It saves the list of apps you have installed and purchased, so you can quickly get the required app on another device you own without searching for it again in the Store.

Create Check for Store Updates Shortcut in Windows 10

Create Check for Store Updates Shortcut in Windows 10

Windows 10 includes the Store app that allows you to install and update various apps. Thanks to the Store, apps can be installed and updated with one click. By default, Microsoft Store is set to update apps automatically. It caches some details about installed and available apps to speed up the process of browsing them and improving the responsiveness of the Store app. However, if you disabled the automatic app update feature in Microsoft Store, you may need to check for app updates manually. To save your time, you can create a special shortcut.

Edge Extensions Tab is Coming to Microsoft Store

Edge Extensions Tab is Coming to Microsoft Store

Microsoft is updating the Store app, which is the built-in content delivery system in Windows 10. For a number of users, a new dedicated section with Edge extensions appeared in the Store.

How to Check for Store App Updates in Windows 10

How to Check for Store App Updates in Windows 10

The Windows Store app allows you to install and update Universal apps in Windows 10. Thanks to the Store, apps can be installed with one click. By default, Windows Store is set to update apps automatically. It caches some details about installed and available apps to speed up the process of browsing them and improving the responsiveness of the Store app. However, if you disabled the automatic app update feature in Microsoft Store, you may need to check for app updates manually. Here is how it can be done.

How to Terminate Store Apps in Windows 10

How to Terminate Store Apps in Windows 10

In recent builds of Windows 10, Microsoft made a change to app management. Now, it is easy to find any app's permissions, change them, or terminate (force close) the Store app. Let's see how it can be done.

Disable Video Autoplay in Microsoft Store

Disable Video Autoplay in Microsoft Store

As you may already know, Windows 10 comes with its own Store app. Like Android has Google Play, and there's the App Store in iOS, the Microsoft Store app (formerly Windows Store) adds the ability to deliver digital content to the end user in Windows. With a recent update, Microsoft Store allows disabling video autoplay for videos, TV shows and games.