Microsoft Store with Windows 10 gets new features

The Microsoft Store in Windows 10 will soon have new functions. The Redmond giant allows remote installation of applications on a PC, but not the end of the process. You will also see a wish list where you can add apps or games that you want to buy later or improvements that include navigating through the store.

Microsoft Store with Windows 10 gets new features

Microsoft Store with Windows 10 is constantly being improved. Recently we mentioned that there is a feature in the pipeline that will allow you to remotely install applications on your PC. This is not the end of the story, as the giant from Redmond is also working on other improvements.

Microsoft Store will receive a wish list. In this way, you will be able to add applications, games or other things from the store to a special list and wait for a price reduction, for example. However, such lists cannot be shared. You can see how it will look in the screenshot below.

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One of the priorities for the Redmond giant is also to improve the appearance and navigation of the Microsoft Store. We know that there are also redesigned menus in the plans. So there will be quite a lot of changes, but we will probably wait a little while for them to be introduced.

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