Since it is no longer rumoured that the latest window version – Windows 11 version 22H2 is coming by late September or early October this year, as acknowledged by Microsoft. The American tech giant has been focusing on the fine-tuning for the upcoming Windows to enhance innovations in the dev channel.
In our findings, it is learned that the latest window version is expected to come with a new update that brings fresh cell treatment to Microsoft Store. This is in line with the window motto of “faster, better, and further”, in improving the contact point apps and supporting other devices.
Microsoft Store has been enhanced for native support for ARM64 devices, according to a recent report by the corporation about Insider Preview Build 25131. As a result, faster and better results can be expected. Work on speedier navigation should also be done, according to Microsoft, to improve the browsing experience.
Likewise, the overall upgrade process for Microsoft Store apps is still being worked on by the developers. Hence, automatic updates no longer assure that running apps are closed and patched unintentionally. These programs can be manually updated later to avoid data loss.
The firm has been improving the so-called “pop-up store” experience when dealing with Android apps, to offer free Android apps and provide a straight installation. Therefore, the firm aims to improve the store’s user interface. With a better display of buy and rent options for films in the current Windows 11 Insider Build 25131.
However, it is presently unknown when the Microsoft Store upgrades will be available to the general public. We cannot believe, however, that a release is only planned for autumn 2023. Recall that we recently reported that Nvidia has begun assembling new drivers to test the upcoming window 11 22H2, to improve performance and resolve potential issues. Follow TechGenyz for more tech updates.
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