It Looks Like Microsoft Will Rename Windows Store to Microsoft Store. That may be improving soon.
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Microsoft has begun testing Office apps in the Windows Store with a small group of testers but you must be on the Creators Update.
Microsoft, once again, finds itself in a position where it will have to clean up its app store after it was uncovered that many apps allow you to stream illegal content.
With the Windows Store growing and quality apps being added like Spotify and ShareX, it's almost ready to be my daily driver.
Paint.NET, a free and well-regarded graphics editor for Windows, is coming to the Windows Store, Rick Brewster said this week.
While I was in Haarlem last week, someone asked me about the future of UWP and Store apps. This is a topic I think about all the time. So let's obsess over it.
With the release today of the Windows 10 S-based Surface Laptop, Microsoft has brought preview versions of Office 2016 to the Windows Store as well.
Microsoft has clarified how it will update Edge using the Windows store in the near future but has yet to provide a timeline about when this functionality will be enabled.
As promised, Evernote has brought its desktop application to the Windows Store, providing users with a safer, more reliable way to have a full-featured Evernote experience on Windows 10.
Evernote will bring its core desktop application to the Windows Store on August 2. And in doing so, it will also halt development of its mobile companion app, called Evernote Touch.
Here's a tip for Windows 10 users: Microsoft is offering deals on apps, games, movies, TV shows, and music in the Windows Store tied to the July 29 anniversary of the initial Windows 10 release.
It looks like the Xbox Store isn't the only Microsoft storefront having a Spring Sale: The Windows Store is holding its own week-long savings event as well.
Responding to complaints from developers, Microsoft announced two big changes coming to the Store in Windows 10: It is improving app visibility and the ways in which app reviews are presented.
This week, Microsoft provided some real numbers to bolster its claims of success with Windows Store. But it's not clear they've made their point, or that the central issues with the Store have ever been addressed.