On October 27, American multinational tech firm, Microsoft is reportedly prepping up to launch a new Microsoft Store, which supports various features and is now under Windows 10 internal test.

Rudy Huyn, a Microsoft Store-related staff member, said that there is exciting news today. The new Microsoft Store (modern design, support for Win32 apps, Disney+ movies, and way more) is now available to Windows 10 Insiders! (And will soon be available to all Windows 10 users). Rudy Huyn highlighted that the new Microsoft App Store would firmly support Win32 applications. Judging the reports from Microsoft, the new Microsoft App Store brings favorite applications and entertainment items here.

Microsoft App Store is expected to come with accessibility for users to search and explore new content. Predominantly, Spanking new applications including Disney+, Zoom, Epic Game Store, and, Canva launched in Microsoft Store.

The Windows 11 application store also offers a new development strategy; this strategy is now open to all third-party application stores. Third-party apps are radical applications that aren’t inbuilt apps.

Epic Games and Amazon can able Detour Microsoft’s commercial platform. Developers can concede enclosed desktop applications (Win32) to the tech market to support MSI software packages. In addition, Microsoft officially provides “freedom” to third-party applications developers in the privacy policy. It allows Win32, .NET, UWP, Xamarin, Electron, React Native, Java, and even Progressive Web Apps to be listed under the privacy policy. Web and App developers who use third-party payments can receive 100% of the income.

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