Microsoft has finally made the new Microsoft Store app available to all Windows 10 users. Rudy Huyn, the app's main developer, has announced the rollout on his Twitter. Traditionally, Microsoft gradually redistributes the update, so it may take a few days before reaching your Windows 10 device.
The new Store app was already available to Windows 10 Insiders.
The new Microsoft Store is coming to Windows 10 PCs!!!
This experience will be rolled out in phases for Windows 10 PC users (non-insiders)! If you don't get the update today, don't worry, it will come to you quickly!
— Rudy Huyn (@RudyHuyn) November 11, 2021
It is the Microsoft Store app that is used in Windows 11, now available on Windows 10. It comes with a new user interface and new features. To name a few, it now supports installing classic Win32 programs, includes other stores like Epic Games Store. You will also find popular apps like Mozilla Firefox, Opera, VLC, and Discord. Unfortunately, the ability to install Android apps remains exclusive to Windows 11.
Also, the new Microsoft Store allows developers to publish unpackaged Win32 applications to the store, including regular EXE and MSI files.
Moreover, devs can now use their own CDN networks for publishing and updating applications, as well as third-party payment services. This way, developers to retain 100% of their revenue without sharing a cut with Microsoft.
You can now open the Microsoft Store and check for available updates. If the new Store is available to your Windows 10 device, it will installed.
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