The world’s largest maker of computer software, Microsoft, is now doing testing on several changes for its app store that will improve the way in which updates are handled. At the moment, certain store apps exit and restart themselves while they are being updated; consequently, if you accessed the Microsoft Store and selected the option to update apps, you might end up losing any work that you had been doing. As a result, Microsoft is now testing a new upgrade to the Store that will prevent updates from being applied to apps that are already installed.
Microsoft is Testing a New Update App Store
The latest upgrade to the store includes enhanced navigation, which ought to make it easier to locate apps that are compatible with Windows 11 and can be downloaded and installed on that platform. In addition to these navigation enhancements, Microsoft is providing native Arm64 compatibility. This will allow the Microsoft Store to run more quickly on devices such as the Surface Pro X.
At long last, Microsoft is making its pop-up store compatible with Android apps by adding support for them. If you are browsing the web and come across an Android app that is available in the Amazon Appstore, Windows 11 will deliver a pop-up store experience that will enable you to immediately install the programme on your device.
The most recent update to the Microsoft Store is currently accessible through the Developer channel for Windows Insiders. In the next weeks, it will be made available to all Windows 11 users globally. Users of Windows 11 will soon be able to fast reinstall the software on a new PC if Microsoft is successful with its testing of a new restoration feature for the Microsoft Store. This capability is now in the testing phase.